Men and Dogs

By Katie Crouch
(Back Bay Books, Paperback, 9780316002141, 279pp.)

Publication Date: April 2011

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There are a few things about her father that Hannah Legare is sure of: he can maneuver a boat; he knows all the bones in the human body; he is a hero; and, someday, she'll find him again. You might think that Hannah--now running a racy start-up company with her husband in San Francisco--has moved on in the two decades since her father went fishing and never came back. But Palmer, Hannah's brother, who dutifully stayed home with their mother in Charleston, South Carolina, knows she's still obsessed. When Hannah returns to Charleston after a frenzied break with her husband, Palmer can only imagine what mystery and mayhem she'll stir up.

MEN AND DOGS is a hilarious, affecting, and wholly original tale of siblings trying to reckon with their flaws, with a heroine as exasperating, magnetic, and breathtakingly real as family itself.




About the Author
Katie Crouch is the "New York Times" bestselling author of "Girls in Trucks", among other novels. She contributes to "The Guardian", "McSweeney's", "Tin House", "Slate", "the Rumpus, "and "Salon. "A MacDowell fellow, Crouch teaches at San Francisco State University and lives in Bolinas, California.
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