Our featured April book of the month is The Story of Marriage by Andrew Sean Greer. Ed had this to say:
It is San Francisco 1953, and narrator Pearlie relates the circumstances of her marriage to childhood sweetheart Holland Cook. But a strange appears at her door one day, and the plot is propelled through a series of twisting revelations and agonizing decisions by all three characters. Greer gives a beautiful portrait of the racial, sexual and social issues of the early 1950’s with its climate of fear and repression.
Greer’s crystalline prose makes this novel soar! Ed Highly recommends.
Greer is also the author of The Confessions of Max Tivoli. Come check it out. New in paperback from Picador and 10% off.