The Senator's Wife by Sue Miller
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The Senator's Wife Summary
Meri is newly married, pregnant, and standing on the cusp of her life as a wife and mother, recognizing with some terror the gap between reality and expectation. Delia Naughtonwife of the two-term liberal senator Tom Naughtonis Meris new neighbor in the adjacent New England town house. Delias husbands chronic infidelity has been an open secret in Washington circles, but despite the complexity of their relationship, the bond between them remains strong. What keeps people together, even in the midst of profound betrayal? How can a journey imperiled by, and sometimes indistinguishable from, compromise and disappointment culminate in healing and grace? Delia and Meri find themselves leading strangely parallel lives, both reckoning with the contours and mysteries of marriage, one refined and abraded by years of complicated intimacy, the other barely begun.
The Senator's Wife Reviews
"Despite an overly deliberate pace, Miller brings into stark yet uplifting relief the limitations of morality when confronted with love." - Kirkus Reviews.
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Sue Miller Author Biography
Sue Miller was born in Chicago in 1943. She is the bestselling author of nine novels including The Good Mother, Inventing the Abbotts, and The Lake Shore Limited, and the acclaimed memoir The Story of My Father. She serves as the chair of PEN, New England. Sue Miller lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
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