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Name: Jennie FieldsPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: 1953 in Chicago, Illinois
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Illinois ConnectionFields was born in Chicago and was raised in Highland Park. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in creative writing and painting from The University of Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationJennie Fields received an MFA in creative writing from the University of Iowa Writersâ€™ Workshop and is the author of four novels. An Illinois native, she spent 25 years as an advertising creative director in New York and currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Crossing Brooklyn Ferry , Morrow, 1997
- Lily Beach , Grand Central Publishing, 1993
- The Age of Desire , Edbury, 2012
- The Middle Ages , Morrow, 2002
Titles At Your Library
ISBN: 0446670383 Grand Central Publishing. 1994 This complex and widely acclaimed debut novel tells the story a talented artist who's rush of sexual pleasure with anonymous partners becomes her escape from painful memories--until one of the three important men in her life becomes a catalyst for violence, tragedy, and life-changing force. "One of the most memorable female characters in recent fiction"--Entertainment Weekly.
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry: A Novel
ISBN: 0060099437 William Morrow Paperbacks. 2002
Escaping the narrow, wealthy life she led in Manhattan, Zoe Finney moves her family to Park Slope, Brooklyn, an area of beautiful old brownstones where working-class families have lived for generations.A poor girl who married into money, Zoe finds comfort in the close-knit neighborhood.She hopes the change will reinvigorate her profoundly depressed husband and provide a happy place for her small daughter, Rose, to grow.
But her arrival there alters the lives around her, especially the handsome schoolteacher next door, Keevan O'Connor, who is deeply drawn to her. Despite Zoe's initial hesitation, they begin to fall in love. Rose is thrilled, recognizing in Keevan the warm, fun-loving father hers could never be. But when Zoe's husband wakes from his depression to see his wife slipping away, Zoe is torn between her love for two men.
The Middle Ages
ISBN: 0688145906 William Morrow. 2002
From the acclaimed author of Crossing Brooklyn Ferry comes a sexy, witty urban love story for the ages.
For architect and single mom Jane Larson, life has become a numbing routine. Each morning she ascends from the subway to face the same job she's had for eighteen years: designing chain banks, grocery stores, and dry cleaners. In the evening she goes home to her teenage daughters who are increasingly critical of her. She's lost all interest in relationships and love, and her whole life feels frozen. But when she is suddenly let go from her firm, disaster turns into opportunity. She is forced to muster the courage to pursue her career dreams. And she begins an exhilarating, long-distance correspondence with Jack, her college flame.
Before long, her intimate conversations with Jack turn passionate, and Jane discovers that life after forty can be thrilling after all. But will the distance between Jack and Jane keep them apart? Can happily-ever-after be a reality for people who've done it all before?
The Age of Desire. by Jennie Fields
ISBN: 0091949718 Ebury. 2012 She is the darling of Parisian society. A famous author whose novels have captivated readers. He is a charming young journalist with nothing to lose. While novelist Edith Wharton writes of grand love affairs, she has yet to experience her own. Her marriage is more platonic than passionate and her closest relationship is with her literary secretary, Anna Bahlmann. Then Edith meets dashing Morton Fullerton, and her life is at last opened to the world of the sensual. But, in giving in to the temptation of their illicit liaison, Edith could lose everything else she holds dear...Set in the Gilded Age of Paris society, Jennie Field's sumptuous novel retells the true story of a scandal involving one of the greatest writers of the 20th Century.