Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Reading one of Elinor Lipman's novels is pure pleasure that makes you think. They are witty, intelligent stories of modern manners that prove that contemporary fiction by women can be substantive without being dreary.
Her books, starting with the most recent, follow. Those I have read are in red. Those currently on my TBR shelf are in blue.
The Family Man
My Latest Grievance (reviewed here)
The Pursuit of Alice Thrift
The Dearly Departed
The Ladies' Man
The Inn at Lake Devine
The Way Men Act
Then She Found Me
Into Love and Out Again (short stories)
(If you have reviewed any of Lipman's books and want to share, please leave a comment with a link to your review and I will add it here)
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