Books by Robbie Clipper Sethi

FIFTY FIFTY by Robbie Clipper Sethi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 2003

"A genial account of how people's lives cross and combine to create cultures: one of the best multicultural sagas to come along in a long while."
Second-novelist Sethi (The Bride Wore Red, 1996) assembles the portrait of an Indian family from several generations and as many continents as they attempt to maintain some semblance of their identity. Read full book review >
THE BRIDE WORE RED by Robbie Clipper Sethi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 1996

"A subtle take on a difficult subject, from a newcomer worthy to join that small, elect band who record the trials and occasional triumphs of love across the culture lines."
Fourteen stories, about half previously published in such journals as The Atlantic Monthly and Mademoiselle, sensitively examine the potentially destructive fracture that—like some cultural San Andreas Fault—haunts relationships between those of differing backgrounds. Read full book review >