True Enough

True Enough

Book - 2001
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Written with the warmth, wit, and heartbreaking humor that have made Stephen McCauley's previous novels beloved by readers and critics alike, "True Enough" is a story of love and lust, trust and betrayal, commitment and denial; it signals a major leap forward in the career of a novelist whom the "San Francisco Chronicle" has called "a writer of insight, surprise, and finesse."

"True Enough" begins with Jane Cody; at forty she has it all: a satisfying career as a producer at a Boston public television station, a successful second marriage, a wildly precocious six-year-old son who loves to bake. She's definitely not worried about losing her job, couldn't care less what the neighbors think of her child, and absolutely never longs for her rakish, unfaithful first husband. Honestly.

Equally pleased with his life is Desmond Sullivan. His (secretly) monogamous relationship with Russell has been the happy center of his New York life for half a decade, and his second book, the biography of an obscure '60s-era female vocalist is (and has been for three years) mere pages away from completion. By accepting a temporary teaching job in Bos

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c2001
ISBN: 9780684810546
Call Number: F McCauLey
Characteristics: 314 p. ; 25 cm


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