ndependent Publisher Book Award Winner
“Arnold Falls has the feel of an instant classic, with shades of Richard Russo and T.C. Boyle but a sweetness and optimism that sets it apart. Charming, delightful, and endless fun” —BlueInk
“Hilarious and poignant…A charming, funny novel.” —BookLife
“Delightful…will make readers want to move to the author’s heartwarming fictional town…incredibly funny.” —Kirkus Reviews
“A quirky ensemble piece, with memorable characters, budding and lifelong friendships and a sharp, good-natured sense of humor throughout.” —Reedsy
Spend time in the funny, oddball village of Arnold Falls, where larger-than-life characters deal with the smallest of problems. Somehow, it all comes out right in the end.
Arnold Falls is a novel that tips its hat to Armistead Maupin and P. G. Wodehouse, creating a world in which food, music, friendship, love, and tending your own garden are connected in surprising ways.
“A madcap environment that reads both as an escapist delight and a tribute to friendships.” —Foreword Reviews
“Brings back fun and enjoyment into the world.” —Feathered Quill Book Reviews
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Charlie Suisman launched Manhattan User’s Guide in 1992, creating the first city newsletter. He has written several guide books to New York, including Manhattan User’s Guide, published by Hyperion, Shop Talk, The New York Times Guide to Hotels in New York City, The New York Holiday Guide, and contributed to City Secrets: New York and Design New York. He has contributed to The New York Times, Food & Wine, InStyle, Budget Travel, getTRIO, Diversion, Sidewalk, and New York Today.
A long time ago, he was one of the original producers of the Broadway musical Nick & Nora, which ran, following an extended preview period, for a grand total of nine performances.
He has a Tibetan Terrier named Nipsey.
Arnold Falls is his first novel.