Evidence Against Her, The

A Novel
By Robb Forman Dew (Electronic Book, 2001)
In the early 1900s in a town called Washburn, Ohio, three children are born -- Robert Butler, Lily Scofield, and her cousin Warren. They are inseparable from birth. Robert and Lily marry, but for all her days Lily loves Warren. When he finally falls in love with the younger Agnes Claytor, Lily's life is changed irrevocably.

Set against the landscape of a turn-of-the-century small midwestern town, this is a classic love story -- the story of a family readers will ache to follow into the next generation. This is a novel about the pursuit of happiness, despite all the evidence that it is seldom attainable and often temporary -- a novel about the ambiguity inherent in almost every human action.

Like Henry James, John Updike, and Edith Wharton, Robb Dew has written a beautiful, moving, and accessible story about the American family.

In the early 1900s in a town called Washburn, Ohio, three children are born -- Robert Butler, Lily Scofield, and her cousin Warren. They are inseparable from birth. Robert and Lily marry, but for all her days Lily loves Warren. When he finally falls in love with the younger Agnes Claytor, Lily's life is changed irrevocably.

Set against the landscape of a turn-of-the-century small midwestern town, this is a classic love story -- the story of a family readers will ache to follow into the next generation. This is a novel about the pursuit of happiness, despite all the evidence that it is seldom attainable and often temporary -- a novel about the ambiguity inherent in almost every human action.

Like Henry James, John Updike, and Edith Wharton, Robb Dew has written a beautiful, moving, and accessible story about the American family.
  • (Publishers Weekly).

Product Details

Evidence Against Her, The
  • Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
  • Price: $9.99 US/$9.99 CAN
  • ISBN-13: 9780759545762
  • On Sale Date: 09/19/2001
Evidence Against Her, The

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Fiction

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Fiction / Sagas

Evidence Against Her, The