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Book Review - My Name Is Mary. . .
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The woman who is narrator in Anita Katzman's short novel faces a situation common these days. Widowed in her still-vital middle years, her children grown, she must learn to cope with a life that is mostly solitary. She is sufficiently well-off to shuttle between a New York apartment and a Florida beach house; she does not have to work. She is again in love, but her man is a philanderer; the book... Login to read more
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