Books by Isabel Fonseca

ATTACHMENT by Isabel Fonseca
Released: May 2, 2008

"A witty, intelligent but uneven debut, weakened by its occasionally exasperating heroine and a conclusion that boils down to less than expected."
A busy first novel from Fonseca (Bury Me Standing: The Gypsies and Their Journey, 1995) depicts a wife grappling with infidelity (her husband's and her own), mortality and responsibility. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 19, 1995

"Fonseca's book comes at a crucial moment and could open an important discussion. (30 photos, not seen; 3 maps)"
A journalist's vivid study of Eastern Europe's Gypsies (the Roma) that explores the myths, customs, and actuality of Gypsy life while addressing the central question of Gypsy identity in the post-Holocaust 20th century. Read full book review >