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Those We Love Most in Paperback

Spring is busting out all over – and that means the paperback edition of “Those We Love Most” is coming out. Hot off the presses. 

It’s a perfect “book club pick” and a discussion guide is included in the back.
Scroll down for a list of public appearances and if I’m in your area I’d love to see you and your friends.  You can find out more information about these venues on my Events page and for information on the book you can click here those-we-love-most.

See you soon!  Lee 




Speaking & Signing Events 


April 30        Washington DC – In Conversation with Marc Adelman,                                     Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, 7pm,


May 2           New York City, NY -Colgate Women Alumni Group, 6:30pm


May 5           Providence, RI -Temple Beth-El, 4pm,


May 7           Dallas, TX -Dallas Women’s Club Reading, 11:00am
                   -St. Michael’s Women’s Exchange, 1:30pm


May 8           Greenwich, CT -Perrot Memorial Library, 7:30pm



May 10         Morristown, NJ -Junior League of Morristown, 11am


May 11         Hadley, MA -Johnny Got His Gun, 7:30pm


May 15         Brookline, MA -Brookline Booksmith, 7pm


May 16         Eatontown, NJ -Brain Injury Alliance, 31st Annual Seminar, 12pm


May 21         Princeton, NJ-Woman Space Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award,                          5:30pm


May 22         New York City, NY -Eileen Fisher, Flatiron store at 166 Fifth Ave                      (between 21st and 22nd Streets), 6pm


June 4          New York City, NY -NY Women In Communications Event, 6pm


June 6          Bedford, NY -Bedford Post Inn, 11:30am


June 12        Westport, CT -Wine, Women & Wisdom Event


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1 Comment

  1. Diane22

    November 11, 2015 at 9:27 am

    I enjoyed your book immensely, but felt that Julia should have been allowed closure with Roger, just as maura had with art. during Roger’s recovery, many suggestions were made that he felt very oppressed by Margaret’s control, and I kept waiting for a final interaction between Roger and Julia, which Margaret made sure did not happen. It felt as if Julia were demonized and she just had to slip away from the story.

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