Also out THIS MONTH
◆ In THIS IS 64, baby-boomer George finds the consequences of his permissive youth have caught up with him. A sharp, richly evocative morality tale by JOSEPH CONNOLLY.
◆ ADMISSIONS is a humbling read, in which neurosurgeon HENRY MARSH shares fascinating facts learnt during his 40-year career as a brain surgeon. He has a deep humanity that resonates throughout.
◆ In THE AWKWARD AGE, widow Julia falls in love again, to the horror of her daughter. FRANCESCA SEGAL has written a hilarious tale of world-weary teens and love the second time around.
◆ ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE is ELIZABETH STROUT’S beautifully told story of small-town Americans dealing with big life issues. It features all the characters Lucy and her mother gossiped about in My Name Is Lucy Barton.