Good Riddance by Elinor Lipman

A Hudson Library Literary Guild selection.

When Daphne’s mom died, she left Daphne her most treasured possession – a 1968 high school yearbook heavily annotated throughout the years.  Daphne’s mom had not only been the year book advisor, but had also attended every class reunion.  While going through things in her tiny apartment, Daphne decided that since the yearbook didn’t “spark joy” in her, that it was time for it to go.  But after Daphne put the yearbook into the recycling bin at her apartment building a neighbor – a busybody with film-making aspirations – rescued it.  As Daphne and the neighbor argue over custody of the yearbook, its mysteries begin to unravel, even leading to some revelations in Daphne’s own family.

Light, fun, and easy to read.

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