It was a memorable time in history—the 1980s in America—and dreams of financial success seemed within reach.

But sometimes dreams turn into nightmares, and after riding high, the crash is even harder.

Such are the lessons learned by Joe Stratford and friends, in this wonderful novel by the incomparable Jane Smiley, Good Faith.

This one was not technically part of my TBR stacks, as I got it and “The House on Tradd Street” from the library.



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