Eleanor Roosevelt’s, TOMORROW IS NOW; Perspectives about the world. The former First Lady’s last book.
Judith Guest’s, ORDINARY PEOPLE; a son’s unexpected death, causes anger, resentment, and distorted alliances in the rest of the family.
Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey’s, JOANNA’S HUSBAND AND DAVID’S WIFE; the “inside” of the marriage–from two points of view.
Judith Rossner’s, OLIVIA, OR THE WEIGHT OF THE PAST; Mother-daughter conflict complicated by regret, rage, and food.