Success does not usually equate with death— unless you happen to be novelist Charlie Forte. When Charlie receives the largest book advance of his career, he comes to two conclusions: He is a shit, and he is going to kill himself. But, a stone garden wall and twenty-four women cause him to experience what he likes to call “planus interruptus.”
Charlie experiences the women in his life through the music he associates with them. “The Music of Women” is a cautionary tale for all men who would be seduced by the ageless siren song of women.