Curtis Sittenfeld's new novel is Rodham. She is the author of the Sunday Times bestseller American Wife, in which she painted a picture of an ordinary American girl - a thinly-disguised Laura Bush - who found herself married to a President. It was longlisted for the Orange Prize, as was her debut novel Prep. Her other books are Man of My Dreams, Sisterland (a Richard & Judy Book Club pick), Eligible, and the acclaimed short story collection You Think It, I'll Say It. Her books are translated into 30 languages. She lives with her family in the American Mid-West.
While telling a compelling story, RODHAM provides an insightful analysis of the function of sexim in our political discourse. Sittenfeld is at her wittiest when recreating the men who dominate American politics * WASHINGTON POST * Sittenfeld's RODHAM offers the catharsis of uncomplicated regret * THE NEW YORKER * An explosive new book * GRAZIA * A lot of fun. A wonderful, sad dream of what might have happened * GUARDIAN * This addictive novel is the SLIDING DOORS of American politics. Gripping * STYLIST *