Tyler's newest is a wonderful throwback to her early work, full of quirky but lovable characters, family drama, and authentic Baltimore voices and neighborhoods.
A smart, funny read about the "New Russia," as seen by a Russian-born, US-raised 20-something who is called to Moscow to care for his aging grandmother when his Moscow-based older brother must make a "quick" trip to Europe.
When her seemingly happy marriage ends tragically, Ainsley Blake is shocked and mystified. He had a troubled childhood, but seemed to have overcome it. Then his long lost older sister Maude arrives from Australia demanding answers. So much more than a police procedural - I couldn't put it down!
Super smart multi-perspective view of how a political scandal plays out for the lead characters and those who love them, written by a keen observer of people.
Wilson takes his quirky world-view into new territory in his third book, featuring two deeply engaging characters – teenager Izzy Poole, smart, pregnant, and alone but by no means without resources, and the iconoclastic Preston Grind, brilliant, ambitious, and recovering from a devastating personal tragedy. Izzy and her baby join “The Infinite Family,” Dr. Grind’s grand experiment with communal parenting as a means of raising super-intelligent, ethical, and compassionate children. Things don’t go exactly as planned, but it’s a heck of a ride; Izzy is a treasure, and the issues raised here-related to family, marriage, child development, and human subject research- will keep you thinking for a while!