Her Turn by Katherine Ashenburg | 1.28 MB
English | 235 Pages
Title: Her Turn
Author: Katherine Ashenburg
One of The Globe and Mail‘s “Summer 2021 books preview: 40 hot reads that will captivate you”
One of Maclean’s‘ “20 books you should read this summer”
For fans of Nora Ephron and Jennifer Weiner, here is Katherine Ashenburg’s witty, contemporary new novel about a forty-something newspaper columnist navigating her bold next chapter, set in Washington against the 2015 US presidential primary.
In the autumn of 2015, forty-something journalist Liz is working at a national newspaper in Washington, D.C., where Hillary Clinton’s run for the presidency is the talk of the town. The divorced parent of a college-age son, she appears to lead a full, happy life: devoted friends, a job she adores, a breezy dating life. But deep inside, Liz is stalled in neutral, stuck in a clandestine affair with her boss and still brooding on her marriage, which ended in betrayal, hurt…