"Tuxedo Park is the best entertainment imaginable, rich in plot and event, pulling the reader from page to page as powerfully as the most suspenseful thriller. But it's also good literature. It's finely crafted, each character lovingly, carefully wrought, each scene meticulously colored and every detail palpable.... Laura Furman's earlier books showed skill, but this shows more than skill. This is a book that first catches your eye and then grabs your heart. It hangs on and won't let go."
New in paperback this fall, Tuxedo Park delineates the limits of domesticity, social class, and self-delusion in a crumbling marriage.