ISBN 9780452296282 | 352 pages | 25 May 2010 | Plume | 8.26 x 5.23in | 18 - AND UP
Summary of Sylvan Street Summary of Sylvan Street Reviews for Sylvan Street An Excerpt from Sylvan Street
Read Deborah Schupack's posts on the Penguin Blog.
Nine neighbors; two ominous outsiders; one suitcase containing a million dollars
Deborah Schupack tells a provocative and suspenseful tale about what happens when cold, hard cash moves in next door. With page-turning storytelling, graceful prose and deep, true emotion, Sylvan Street explores the ultimate power- and limitations-of money. What these friendly suburban residents do with their newfound money, and what the money does with them, builds toward a revelatory conclusion: how the tensions between benevolence and greed, duty and desire, inform our every action and interaction. Readers of thrillers and character- driven dramas alike will find a sweet payoff in these pages.
To keep up-to-date, input your email address, and we will contact you on publication
Please alert me via email when: