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Mrs March by Virginia Feito

Mrs. March spends her time as an Upper East Side wife living anxiously under the weight of expectations placed on her by society and herself. When she is compared to the grotesque main character of her famous writer husband’s new novel, her tidy world begins to fall apart and a descent into suspicion, obsession with a murdered girl, and conflicting memories follow.

A psychological unravelling that will keep you guessing what is real and what is imagined as its protagonist devolves and is confronted by realities her slick outward self doesn’t want to confront.

- Erin

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