Just who is the Lonely Guy? He may be getting a little bald and look as if he's been badly shaken up in a bus accident. As a child he had a bad time at school and is still afraid he is going to be sent back there. He takes naps in the early evening and is delighted to wake up and find it's too late to go anywhere. The book you have in your hand is the essential self-help guide for Lonely Guys everywhere - those perennial social misfits, resigned to lives of singledom, inadequacy and quiet desperation. While it doesn't offer to cure the Lonely Guy - there is no cure - it can help make the inevitable disappointment of life a little more bearable. Packed with hilariously candid advice on all the important stuff in a life - furnishing your place, how to cook, personal grooming, health and fitness, holidays, business, sex and napping - it will offer hope and reassurance to the millions of Lonely Guys out there.
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Bruce Jay Friedman is the acclaimed author of seven novels, including Stern, Mother's Kisses, About Harry Towns, several collections of short stories and essays, and a number of plays and screenplays including Splash and Stir Crazy. He lives in New York.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1984. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070224382