Bachelor Brothers’ Bed & Breakfast by Bill Richardson
Rating: * * * * *
Bachelor twins Hector and Virgil run a bed and breakfast visited by bookworms. At once utterly practical and blithely imaginative (in a fashion that only the truly independent can manage), the brothers describe their haven, their community, their observations and insights. Guests also offer tidbits.
This book tickles my sense of the ridiculous! Sometimes so breathtakingly odd I burst into helpless laughter. My favorite description is of the cemetery/golf course (read that again: cemetery/golf course): “There is no fence, hedge, or other line of demarcation to indicate where a hole in one ends and one in a hole begins.”
I have read this book several times and always find it delightful.