Tune into this week’s episode with New York Times bestselling author Katie Crouch. Her new novel, Embassy Wife follows two women abroad searching for the truth about their husbands—and their country.
Katie is also the author of Girls in Trucks, Men and Dogs, and Abroad. She has written essays for The New York Times, Glamour, The Guardian, Slate, Salon, and Tin House. A former resident of Namibia and San Francisco, she now lives in Vermont with her family and teaches creative writing at Dartmouth College.
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In addition to sketching complex characters with rich backstories, Crouch excels at moving the plot forward while not missing any opportunity to observe the human condition. With wit and tenderness, [Embassy Wife] explores the complicated nature of race, power, marriage, colonization, diplomacy, and community. A sharp, funny, page-turning romp. —Kirkus
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