Carolyn See is Professor Emerita at UCLA, author of nine books, a Guggenheim Fellow, and has been a contributor to the Post for close to 40 years. She likes to think of herself as a sinner.
In journalist Rachel Louise Snyder’s novel, break-ins rock a suburb already tense with racial divisions
When her husband absconds to Kenya to raise crocs, poor Jo must find a quick way to make money.
An injured nurse in World War I can’t remember her name — or the treachery that sent her to Europe.
Readers might want to hang up on this sappy tale of dead relatives reaching out and touching someone.