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Three's a Crowd
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Wendy Smith
The Washington Post

Lolly Winston’s warmhearted second novel is a natural crowd-pleaser that deserves critical respect as well. She tackles difficult subjects—infidelity, infertility, a failing marriage and a troubled kid—with honesty and empathy for her floundering protagonists. Her plain-spoken prose and a not-too-gritty resolution should make this a book-group favorite.