A portrait of a talented and courageous woman physician who stares at her reflection in the glass ceiling, and decides to seek and find a more meaningful life.
Roberta Jeanne d'Arc Cole is favored to be named associate chief of medicine at a Boston hospital. She is married to a surgeon. They own a trophy residence on historic Brattle Street in Cambridge and a summer house in the Berkshire Hills.
Everything melts away. Her gender and her work at an abortion clinic cost her the hospital appointment. Her marriage fails. Crushed, she goes to the farmhouse in Western Massachusetts, thinking to sell it, and finds an unexpected life. How she continues to fight for every woman's right to choose, while acknowledging her own ticking clock and maternal yearning, makes this prize-winning third story of the Cole trilogy as relevant as tomorrow.
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Noah Gordon, absolutely yes, I bought all of them already. But Bishop is abismal. She stutters like a five year old learning to read.
No time to think now
Richard Higgins, simon vance, tess stimson, anyone would do better
No, its the third in a trilogy anyway
Teach her to read then to narrate
- SOTIRIS JEROPOULOS