Monday, January 23, 2012

"Breaking and Entering" is Reviewed in "O, The Oprah Magazine"

Breaking and Entering by Eileen Pollack and published by Four Way Books received a wonderful review in O, The Oprah Magazine's February edition.

"In her novel Breaking and Entering (Four Way), Eileen Pollack delves beneath the surface of blue state/red state stereotypes and brilliantly portrays an American made up of "smaller countries" with polarizing politics and alienated citizens. Richard Shapiro, a therapist, and his wife, Louise, leave Northern California and move to southwest Michigan in 1995, several months before Timothy McVeigh blows up the Murray Federal Building in Oklahoma City." Read more of the review in the magazine or at this link.