Anne Tyler satisfies the woman in us

Reading an Anne Tyler novel is like eating an Oreo cookie. It's predictable, consistently chocolate and always satisfying without competing for any great culinary baking stars. Her latest book "Clock Dance" has all the usual ingredients—a baby boomer woman, a reckoning around home and family and it's partially baked in Baltimore, Maryland, a familiar setting for Tyler novels. Willa Drake is the older of two sisters born into a typical family of the 1960s. Her father is steady, solid and the salt of the earth. Her mother, on the other…

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