A Happy Marriage by Rafael Yglesias

Rafael Yglesias, a native son of Manhattan’s Washington Heights , a novelist and screenwriter who sold his first novel at the tender age of 16, brings us A Happy Marriage: A Novel this month. The novel is “a fictionalized account of his nearly thirty-year marriage to Margaret Jastrow, who died of cancer in 2004.”

Reviewed in Terminal Bliss via NYTimes.comis on summer lists everywhere. Publishers Weekly notes, it is a “devastatingly raw appraisal of a nearly 30-year marriage…heart-wrenching.”


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