"Sundays at Tiffany's" was relatively quick read (I finished it in a little more than two hours). When I was done, I found myself clasping the book to my chest and smiling at the warm feelings it invoked.Jane Margaux, the female protagonist, is a successful Broadway playwright and producer. Her award-winning play is based on her memories of her imaginary friend, Michael, who stopped visiting when she was nine years old and told her she would forget him. Except she never did.And one day, while she is out and about in New York, she sees him. What happens after that makes the story, obviously, but to explain it all would reveal plot details/spoilers (I try to avoid doing that).This book stirred a good many childhood memories for me, about loneliness and so on ... and the tools we all use to cope with the issues that arise. Beautifully written and quite moving, this is one of James Patterson's finest works.