At a cottage on the shore, a lifetime of secrets.
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As Close to Us As Breathing is a superb story about an extended Jewish family and how each member’s life turns out. It captures a generation long gone, one that lived decades before iPhones, Facebook and political correctness.Elizabeth Poliner’s new novel skips across time in such a way that the reader already knows the outcome of each storyline before it occurs. The core of the book is set in the summer of 1948 and takes place around a beachfront summer cottage in Woodmont, Connecticut.
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