Christopher Marquis is a general assignment reporter at The New York Times in the Washington Bureau. Previously, he was a longtime correspondent at The Miami Herald where he covered Latin America. Marquis began writing the novel while on a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard. The author earned his way through the University of California at Berkeley by working "the slime line" at a cannery in Alaska during his summers.
A Hole in the Heart
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
"Midafternoon on a Tuesday, it occurred to Bean Jessup that she was forgetting her husband's face."
So begins this smart and charmingly written debut novel about a young woman trying to start...