Nora and Charlie are empty nesters with children away at college. They live in a tranquil upscale area of New York City.
One morning a terrible incident occurs in their small neighborhood that tests all of the couples living there.
Fault lines open up in Nora and Charlie’s marriage that begin to divide them. She’s on one side of what happened. Charlie’s on the other side.
The couple begin to question whether what they have is enough for a lifetime.
About The Author:
Anna Quindlen is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and bestselling novelist.
Quindlen’s body of work includes fiction, non-fiction, self-help and children’s books.
She has written five best-selling novels, three of which were made into movies, One True Thing, Black and Blue and Blessings. Thinking Out Loud, a collection of her “Public and Private” columns, was also a best-seller.
She currently writes the Last Word column for Newsweek magazine.
Anna Quindlen and her husband, attorney Gerald Krovatin, live in New York City with their three children.