Hadley, Tessa

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Late in the Day

In the fine tradition of women's fiction by authors such as Margaret Drabble, Penelope Lively, and Rachel Cusk exploring relationships among the cultured classes, Hadley's place is secure. [See Prepub Alert, 7/9/18.]
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Bad Behavior and Other Stories

Wise, stellar, accomplished, Hadley's collection will appeal to literary aficionados who appreciate such luminous (short) storytellers as Alice Munro, Lorrie Moore, and Jhumpa Lahiri.
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Bad Dreams and Other Stories

It is difficult to single out a few stories for special attention in a collection this good. The best advice is to read them all. [See Prepub Alert, 12/5/16.]
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The Past

Regardless, recommended for libraries building literary fiction audiobook collections. ["A fresh take on a familiar story of fractious family reunions where old resentments resurface, new alliances form, and long-buried secrets are uncovered": LJ 10/1/15 starred review of the Harper hc.]
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The Past

A fresh take on a familiar story of fractious family reunions where old resentments resurface, new alliances form, and long-buried secrets are uncovered. A great read whether at the cottage or just dreaming of one. [See Prepub Alert, 7/13/15.]
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Clever Girl

This is an absorbing work, sure to appeal to readers who are in touch with their own inner voices. [See Prepub Alert, 9/9/13.]
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Clever Girl

This is an absorbing work, sure to appeal to readers who are in touch with their own inner voices. [See Prepub Alert, 9/9/13.]
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Married Love: and Other Love Stories

There is not a lot of domestic bliss to be found in these finely rendered stories, but there are many small moments of everyday life made recognizable by an exceptional storyteller. Highly recommended.
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The London Train

Hadley's writing is beautiful; her Sunstroke and Other Stories was a New York Times notable book. Lovers of character-driven literary fiction will enjoy this novel. However, readers looking for fast-paced, plot-driven fiction will find it difficult to identify with protagonists whose self-centered angst is somewhat indefinable.
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