Publication Date: Oct. 28, 2021
Categories: Contemporary, Crime and ThrillersISBN: 9781913913380
“Remy Maisel takes the madness of the modern world, marries it to an ingenious concept, and makes it personal, funny, and heartfelt.”
Dan McCoy, Emmy Award-Winning writer for The Daily Show
In a case of badly mistaken identity, Emily, a down-on-her-luck intern, is recruited by the State Department to solve the Palestinian problem. Only this time they want it handled as a divorce settlement.
Travelling across Jerusalem and New York, Emily must rely on the experience of her parents’ disastrous divorce to handle the case. Plus, she went to Hebrew school. If she survived that, how much harder can this be?
In order to pull off the most acrimonious divorce of all time, she must let go of the family trauma that has tainted her whole life... but what if it won’t stay in the past?
Remy Maisel has been a professional writer since she was a teenager, when Arianna Huffington personally invited her to blog for The Huffington Post after a university talk. She co-authored Is Satire Saving Our Nation? Mockery and American Politics with Sophia A. McClennen and Bears & Balls: The Colbert Report A-Z – An Unofficial Fan Guide with Sharilyn Johnson. An early draft of Grounds for Divorce was shortlisted for the 2017 City University Novel Prize and longlisted for the Cinnamon Press Debut Novel Award, and her second novel won the 2020 A Woman’s Write Grand Prize for unpublished novels. She lives in London.
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