Willard and His Bowling Trophies: A Perverse Mystery by Richard Brautigan

This book tells the story of a man named Willard who is obsessed with his stolen bowling trophies. His life intertwines with that of a married couple who are struggling with their own issues. The narrative alternates between the two stories, exploring themes of obsession, marital problems, and the human condition. The book is known for its dark humor and surrealistic style.

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