And the Bridge Is Love

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Lake Union Publishing
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5.43 X 8.19 X 0.87 inches | 0.55 pounds

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About the Author

David Biro is a physician and a writer. He is the author of the novel This Magnificent Dappled Sea and two works of nonfiction, One Hundred Days: My Unexpected Journey from Doctor to Patient and The Language of Pain: Finding Words, Compassion, and Relief. He lives in New York City with his wife and two sons. For more information visit


"I loved David Biro's emotional and moving novel, And The Bridge Is Love, which is the heartfelt story of three older women--Gertie, Maria, and Corinna--who have been friends for decades. But when one of them learns a long-hidden secret, everything changes. This novel resonates with friendship, love, and the power of forgiveness. If you haven't read Biro before, start now!" --Lisa Scottoline, New York Times bestselling author

"An unhurried evaluation of the importance of companionship and friendship at any age." --Kirkus Reviews

"David Biro's And The Bridge Is Love is a love story. A love story of three Brooklyn women--each with her own disappointments and dreams--who cleave to one another as the decades pass by and ultimately give each other the strength to take one last shot at life. Filled with love and hope, this book is for anyone who has ever had an enduring friendship--and anyone who dares to believe that the next best thing is just around the corner." --Adriana Trigiani, New York Times bestselling author of The Good Left Undone

"What marks David Biro as a fine writer is his warmth, his emotional accuracy, and his ability to let his characters catch us by surprise--and these talents are all happily at work in his moving new novel And the Bridge Is Love." --Matthew Kneale, Booker Prize-shortlisted author of English Passengers

"In And The Bridge Is Love, David Biro deftly draws personalities and places, he invigorates the present and the past. Through his lovely and uniquely crafted characters, he convincingly connects regret to hope, inertia to growth, and evil to love. The highest compliment you can pay a novel is that nothing in it feels made up. That's how Biro's beautiful new book unfolds." --Andy Abramowitz, author of A Beginner's Guide to Free Fall and Darling at the Campsite