Books by Lucinda Franks

TIMELESS by Lucinda Franks
Released: Aug. 19, 2014

"The boldface names give the book curb appeal, but this memoir's hidden strength is its testimony to the beauty and difficulty of a long-term marriage."
Portrait of the enduring romance between Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Franks and long-serving New York County district attorney Robert Morgenthau. Read full book review >
MY FATHER’S SECRET WAR by Lucinda Franks
Released: March 14, 2007

"A sturdy but overgrown narrative in need of substantial pruning."
A reporter for the New York Times, emotionally estranged from her father for most of her adult life, reconciles with him as she gradually, then obsessively, uncovers the story of his covert military activities during World War II. Read full book review >
WILD APPLES by Lucinda Franks
Released: May 1, 1991

"A bit long-winded, with too much talking and musing from rather limp characters, but the ambiance is fine and the bit of action—the hunt for the illegal dumper—energizing."
Two 30-ish sisters from a once-dominant Hudson Valley family, reunited after the death of their bewildering, loving, and then fickle mother, are in open conflict. Read full book review >