Ann Arensberg was born in Pittsburgh, grew up in Havana, Cuba, and was educated at Radcliffe College and Harvard University. She is the author of two previous novels, Sister Wolf, which won the 1981 American Book Award, and Group Sex. Her short stories have been included in the O. Henry Awards Short Stories anthologies. She lives with her husband in northwestern Connecticut.
“When something sounds like writing, I rewrite it,” Leonard often said; and critics adored the flawlessly unadorned, colloquial style. As author Ann Arensberg put it in a New York Times book review, “I didn’t know it was possible to be as good as Elmore Leonard.”
Byline: Ann Arensberg This new novel is several kinds of love story with multiple happy endings--but the author still makes her readers sweat. Rhode......Continue reading about