"In Where There's a Will, Mortimer writes about the (nonmaterial) things he believes enrich our experience of life. From the pleasures of drink and outdoor sex (though not necessarily together) to the justification of the odd lie and a vision of God as The Grand Perhaps, Where There's a Will is Mortimer's witty and wise, occasionally outrageous, and always thought-provoking examination of what it means to truly live, and live well."--BOOK JACKET.
"Thoughts on the good life"--Cover.
1. Where there's a will
2. Changing your life - and 'The man in sneakers'
3. Getting drunk
4. The grand perhaps
5. An old woman cooking eggs
6. The domino theory and the tyranny of majorities
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