You're in for an unforgettable experience when America's master storyteller turns his enormous narrative gifts to the passionate, haunting subject of the American woman, searching for--and often finding--love and faith... in Andrew M. Greeley's All About Women.
There's teenaged Rosemarie, coming to grips with the evil of the twentieth century--or is it the evil in the human heart?
Peggy, whose widowhood plunges her into the cold of loneliness.
Rita, whose marriage is rich and fulfilling--except at its core.
Laura, torn between three lovers, one of them a seminarian.
Julie, haunted by something that happened long ago.
Sionna Marie, an imp diving passionately into adulthood.
And Patricia, caught in a web she may not have the power to break.