This is a new wrinkle on an old suit: man who has it all throws it away for a new woman. Harry lives the life of a king with a cottage in the Hamptons, a townhouse in Manhattan, prestige, power and a wife other men lust after.
But it's not enough. He tosses it all on the garbage heap for a steamy and stormy affair with an alluring young editor who chases after him like a lion running down its prey.
The Great Gatsby with an iPod. Geographically it pays homage to F.
Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel, and its narrative structure belies similarities: the privileged
few and the recklessness that comes with money, but in the end the price ultimately has to be paid.
Dubow has a knack for turning a phrase and and populating his literary world with animated and believable characters. As a debut novel, Indiscretion is impressive.