With 'Holy Cow,' David Duchovny is finally, officially a novelist

February 4, 2015 3:31 PM

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For his first book, David Duchovny is not telling behind-the-scenes stories of "The X-Files" or opening up about the sex scenes in "Californication": He's written a caper about a cow that goes on the lam.

"Holy Cow" (Farrar, Straus and Giroux; 224 pages, $24) is a fable for adults, full of puns and silly jokes. A turkey is jive. A pig peppers his speech with Yiddish like a grandpa in the Catskills. In fact, the story is set in upstate New York, where the three animal heroes, led by Elsie Bovary, deci...

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