presents her latest novel
Elinor Lipman's new novel centers around Daphne Maritch, who stumbles across a class yearbook dedicated to her mother-- the favorite teacher of the class of '68. In a fit of tidying up, Daphne discards the yearbook, but when it's discovered in the trash bin by a meddling documentary filmmaker, it reveals hidden mysteries and complicates Daphne's life in ways both hilarious and touching. With Good Riddance, Elinor Lipman delivers up another smart, witty and wry look at life in the contemporary world.
Elinor Lipman's many novels include Then She Found Me, The Inn at Lake Devine, Family Man, and The View from Penthouse B. She is also the author of the essay collection I Can't Complain, and Tweet Land of Liberty, a volume of political tweets.