Good Neighbors, Joanne Serling’s debut novel, set in an idyllic suburb, follows four young families. Their friendships are based on little more than the ages of their children and a shared sense of camaraderie. When one family experience an upheaval, the group's loyalty and morality is called into question and they are forced to examine the deceptive nature of family ties.
Joanne Serling's fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has appeared in New Ohio Review and North American Review. She is a graduate of Cornell University and studied and taught fiction at The Writers Studio in New York City. She lives outside of New York with her husband and children and is at work on her second book.
"[Serling] writes with verve and frequent insight... A spicy stew of suburban discontent."-- Kirkus
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A searing portrait of suburbia, friendship, and family strained by a devotion to false appearances.