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For the April meeting of the Diane Rehm Book Club, Diane interviewed Jennifer Haigh about her novel, “Mercy Street.”
The book centers around a women’s health clinic in Boston and the lives that intersect there. The story is both an immersive exploration of abortion in America, and also a series of deep character studies that touch on issues of class, loneliness, misogyny, and the way the internet can foster extremism.
Jennifer Haigh is the award-winning author of six novels, including “Mrs. Kimble” and “Heat and Light,” as well as a book of short stories.
- Jennifer Haigh Author of six novels including "Mercy Street"
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