An open door
Kirkus Reviews calls an open door, "An adroit, dry-witted tale about a strong-willed woman trying to live her life."
It's 1948 and the freedom granted women by the Second World War is gone. Edith Sloan, earning her doctorate, is told by her law student husband to cancel her academic plans. His bright future requires a certain kind of wife: one in the kitchen making dinner for important guests. Frustrated and defiant, Edith leaves him but returns when his begging letters become too much. Trapped by marriage and her husband's ambition, Edith struggles to find her footing and the means to her own survival.
Unsolicited Press, 9781956692341, 272pp.
Publication Date: October 4, 2022