Liza Klaussmann reading from Tigers in Red Weather.
"Spanning the postwar period through to the swinging 60s, the novel is awash with gin and tonics and balmy afternoons, with an unlikely murder mystery thrown in for good measure. “Martha’s Vineyard is so idyllic. White picket fences, American flags; everyone goes to the club together, everyone wears the same thing, everyone does that same stuff,” says Klaussman. “The flipside is that it can be really homogeneous and stifling. It makes for a good place to turn on its head.”