Dearly Befuddled by Michael J. Katz

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Though the conclusion of this romantic comedy is fairly predictable, the genuine rendering of the characters along the way make it a worthwhile read for fans of the genre.
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Isaac Holman is a producer of esoteric indie films, the kind that show up in the bargain bins at obscure film festivals. Once and always hopelessly in love with Debra, he cannot believe that she would entice him all the way to Yellowstone National Park, just so he can photograph her marriage to someone else. Debra Siegal has spent a decade climbing the labyrinthine Hollywood studio ladder. On the cusp of her wedding to the scion of a Hollywood mogul, can it be that only now she admits a lingering affection for Isaac? At once hilarious and poignant, Dearly Befuddled is the story of two people, at odds with each other and themselves. In his long-awaited return to fiction, Michael J. Katz brilliantly juxtaposes the glitz of Hollywood and the grandeur of Yellowstone, all in one tumultuous wedding weekend at the Old Faithful Inn.
 

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Michael J. Katz was born in Chicago and migrated west in 1984. Between 1987 and 1991 he published the acclaimed Andy Sussman/Murray Glick mystery trilogy that brought comparisons to Donald Westlake and Gregory McDonald. Those novels are now available as E-books. He has written for television as well as writing and producing the indie dark comedy "Remembering Phil." He reviews jazz for the website International Review of Music as well as his own site, Katz of the Day at www.mjkcreativearts.com. His landscape photography has won awards and been featured in galleries nationally.
 
Published May 28, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 278 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Though the conclusion of this romantic comedy is fairly predictable, the genuine rendering of the characters along the way make it a worthwhile read for fans of the genre.

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