Kerrigan is writing a guide book to his adopted city of Copenhagen. Specifically, a guide to the city's drinking establishments-of which there are more than 1,500. Thus, it is a project potentially without end, and one with a certain amount of drunken numbness built into it. And that's the point: for Kerrigan, an American expat fleeing a terrible betrayal, has plenty he wants to forget. The only problem with his proposed project is his research associate, a voluptuous green-eyed beauty who makes him tremble with forgotten desire.
But his associate also has a past, and as the two of them stroll the cobblestoned streets, studying the art, architecture, parks, and poetry of Copenhagen, they also study each other, circling with uncertainty-to love or not to love? To regret or to renew?
A Joycean celebration of one city's history, culture, and people, Kerrigan in Copenhagen is at once a poignant romance and a raucous journey of discovery, of coming out of darkness to delight again in life.
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