And now comes "Comfort and Joy," about disc jockeys and ice cream wars. The hero, Alan Bird, is a radio announcer from 6 to 9 every morning. His nickname is "Dickey Bird," and he specializes in the a. He follows the truck, and when it stops he buys an ice cream and a candy bar from the pretty brunette inside.
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Just then, thugs pull up in a car, pile out and smash the ice cream truck with cricket bats. They stop only long enough to recognize Dickey Bird and make a request for a record dedication.
Dickey's new BMW has been injured in the fray. His troubles are only beginning. He is visited by representatives of Mr.
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McCool, a large Glascow ice cream chain, and they explain that the city has been carved up into territories, and that the notorious Mr. In this modern-day fairy tale, New York Times bestselling author Kristin Hannah gives us a very special gift: the heartwarming story of a woman at a crossroads, caught between two lives, who finds a second chance at happiness.
Joy Candellaro used to love Christmas more than any other time of the year. Now, as the holiday approaches, she finds herself at loose ends. So without telling anyone, she buys a ticket and boards a plane bound for the rural Northwest. As things turn out, he doesn't. He's not a cop anyway.
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He Bill Paterson is a local disk jockey, professionally known as Dickie Bird but whose real name is Alan. The young woman, Maddy Eleanor David , is Alan's girlfriend, a free soul who has successfully furnished most of their shared apartment with objects thus acquired.
On their way home in the car, Maddy happily inventories the day's ''take,'' much of which consists of clothes of the wrong size and things on the order of cigarette lighters disguised as small Eiffel Towers. Alan, who loves Maddy too much to give her an ultimatum, rather tentatively suggests that she might better steal practical things, like food. Later that night, after they've shared a cozy dinner with wine and after they've made love, Maddy starts taking down pictures, piling her clothes on the bed and, in all other ways, behaving as if she were going on a long trip.
When Alan asks what she's doing, she says with the patience of a teacher explaining the obvious to a pupil, ''I'm leaving. Maddy adds, ''I meant to tell you about it ages ago, but the occasion just never arose.
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When Maddy walks out on Alan in the first few minutes of ''Comfort and Joy,'' the new comedy by Bill Forsyth, the Scottish director of ''Gregory's Girl'' and ''Local Hero,'' something very dear is lost to the movie as well as to Alan. Maddy is a most charming eccentric, and though Alan has his own, self-mocking, dour appeal, the film audience is likely to miss her as much as Alan does, though she does return from time to time to light up his dreams. A friend, who has come by to console him, looks around the empty apartment and says, none too helpfully, ''Everything here is you.
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