Family Politics: A Novel
In every tabloid rumor ever printed about the Kennedy, Ford and Buckley families were true, they'd be the Daleys, the down-at-the-heels dynasty whose rivalries are the subject of this genial, often riotous first novel. The narrator, youngest son Charles, works for a trend-spotting newspaper
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