Henkin’s briskly paced third novel follows the Frankel family over a single July 4th weekend, drawn together to commemorate their son’s death in Iraq.
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As a fiction writer, I have a litmus test for knowing if a book is one I love love love versus one that is merely admirable. A book that is truly fantastic for me is one that also makes me want to write. It’s not that I go into the reading experience looking to be [...]