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To all appearances, Laurence Passmore is sitting pretty. True, he's almost bald and nicknamed "Tubby", but the TV sitcom he writes keeps the money flowing in, and he has every other material comfort; but what the money can't buy, and what his many therapists can't deliver, is contentment.
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"Full of delights... His view of our neuroses is sane, intelligent and amused" (John Mortimer Sunday Times)
"Energetic, comic...a highly ingenious games-board of moves and counter-moves" (Sunday Telegraph)
"Lodge remains one of the very best English comic novelists of the post-war era; and Therapy is good for you" (Time Out)
"Takes off on wings of humour and pathos which would not have disgraced Lodge's great hero Dickens... A splendid novel" (Daily Express)
"A real treat...a joy - a sobering joy, but a joy none the less" (Observer)
A highly entertaining novel about a successful sitcom writer's search for his lost contentment.
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