The Dog of the South by Charles Portis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Ray Midge sets out on a journey to find his Ford Torino, his credit cards and his wife (in that order) all of whom have gone off with her first husband. Ray's voice is off kilter--his view of the world is askew to say the least, and as he meets with a crew of equally strange people en route, Portis manages to paint a comic kind of Pilgrim's Progress.
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