Coming October 16th, 2018: Therese’s new novel, A Well-Behaved Woman, the dramatic and compelling Gilded Age tale of Alva Smith, the young woman who married William K. Vanderbilt and launched the Vanderbilt dynasty as we know it today.
- Named by Publishers Weekly as one the Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2018
- Kirkus, in a Starred review, calls A Well-Behaved Woman “nothing short of mesmerizing.”
Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald, a New York Times bestseller, has been adapted as a television series starring Christina Ricci as Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald. Watch the first season here.
An Independent Booksellers Reading Group Pick
In Z, Fowler draws a compellingly complete portrait of that other Paris (and New York and St. Paul and Long Island) wife: mother, painter, writer, flapper, feminist Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald.’ ~USA Today
“A brilliant example of what biographical fiction can be. Read it, read it, read it.” ~ Daily Mail
“A gorgeously rendered piece of literary entertainment, not a biography but rather a love story set in the Jazz Age.” ~ New York Daily News
Listen to Therese’s conversation with Scott Simon on NPR’s Weekend Edition
Books and Arts Daily‘s Michael Cathcart chats with Therese
“Utterly engrossing. In the spirit of Loving Frank and The Paris Wife, Fowler shines a light on Zelda, providing the voice she struggled to have heard in her lifetime.” ~Sara Gruen, NYT bestselling author of Water For Elephants
“Fowler’s Zelda is all we would expect and more, for she’s daring and unconventional yet profoundly and paradoxically rooted in Southern gentility….A lovely, sad and compulsively readable book.” ~Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
Named as one of the Most Anticipated Books of 2013 by
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