Mourning Wood by Daniel Paisner
A Novel

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Best-selling author Daniel Paisner makes an indelible impression with a moving and funny novel reminiscent of Carl Hiassen and Peter Lefcourt. From its dramatic and humorous opening to its touching conclusion, Mourning Wood hooks readers with its eccentric characters and offbeat sense of humor.

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Jason "J-Mac" McElwain overcame a childhood diagnosis of severe autism, enabling him to attend Greece Athena High School where he earned a manager's position on the basketball team. He works at Wegmans in Rochester, New York, and lives in the neighboring town of Greece. Daniel Paisner is the author of nearly 40 books, on such topics as sports, politics and entertainment, including seven "New York Times" bestsellers.
Published January 1, 1955 by Taylor Trade Publishing. 362 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Meanwhile, an obituary writer for a prominent Maine paper named Axel Pimletz lands a book deal to polish an autobiographical manuscript Wood left behind, after fraudulently pasting together a final newspaper tribute to Wood.

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