NAMED A WASHINGTON POST BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR
When middle-class family man Marcus Ripps takes over his black sheep brother’s lucrative dry cleaning business, he has no idea what he’s in for. Before long, he's running one of the most popular escort services in West Hollywood. As the money starts pouring in, he revitalizes his marriage, buys a new Mercedes, and throws an elaborate bar mitzvah for his son. Then his conscience and the law start to catch up with him and Marcus must decide if his sudden financial windfall is worth the risk.
A timely satire about how contemporary American culture defines right and wrong from the acclaimed author of I Regret Everything, The Angry Buddhist, and The Bones.