Clueless in Calcutta
In the early years of post-Obama America, a group of dim but lovable baby boomers are, of course, financially unprepared for retirement. And when they leap at a too-good-to-be-true deal to secure their Golden Years, they find they have inadvertently outsourced themselves to India. Their last hope of returning home rests on the shoulders of Sean O’Brien, an untested young lawyer, whose impressive—and shamelessly padded—resume neglects to mention the attribute that has most shaped his life: the good luck (now turned bad) of looking just like a young Barack Obama. Sean travels to exotic India and struggles to forge his own identity, negotiate the bewildering romantic minefield in which he has landed and find a way, against all odds, to bring our unhappy band of involuntary expats back home.