The funny, touching, entertaining true story of two cats and their adventures with the MacDonald family.
On the back cover there is a pictue of JDM, lying stretched out on the couch, reading, with one of the cats nestled up against his feet.
MacDonald’s story of Judy Garland....he was not really pleased with the end result.
This book of letters reflects the rise and fall of Rowan and Martin's “Laugh In.” It’s a picture of a successful novelist and of a comedian dealing with success, and it is a portrait of how a friendship may live and die. At the suggestion of a mutual friend, Rowan and MacDonald began writing without having met. Their letters are frequent initially, and each writer assumes a role: MacDonald/advisor and Rowan/seeker of such. There is an abrupt break-off in 1974 as Rowan's marriage disintegrates.