When Harry’s sister-in-law plants a hungry kiss on him at Thanksgiving, he’s launched into a chaotic chain of unexpected events. I was riveted and delighted despite factors that would normally annoy me. 480 pages of rather small print. Relentless succession of one thing after another with no clear direction. An unfeasible number of sweet-as-pie characters. Dollars thrown at every problem to buy happiness. But the one-thing-after-anothers are compellingly horrific, hilarious, poignant, frequently all three at once, and the end confers shape on the whole. The money is used well and generously, and the characters are so engaging and surprising that it pains me to part from them. Bravissima, A M Homes!