Delinsky's breakout novel
is an illuminating view of one family's search for
the truth when their world turns upside down. The characters are vividly drawn with masterful detail in this one-of-a-kind book. As the author delves deep into a controversial and timely social issue, she exposes the societal hypocrisy and the ramifications of events that hit too close to home.
His doubts about Dana's fidelity threaten to destroy their solid marriage as his very upper-crust family distances themselves from Dana and the baby. Dana finds solace in the tranquility of her grandmother's yarn shop while she tries to repair her fracturing marriage. (Ballantine, Feb., 368 pp., $25.95)