Looking for Mr. Goodbar is a 1975 novel by Judith Rossner. Rossner based the novel on the events surrounding the brutal murder in 1973 of Roseann Quinn, a 28-year-old New York City schoolteacher.
August, is a novel written by Judith Rossner focused on a psychoanalyst and one of her analysands.
Emmeline is a book by Judith Rossner. Published in 1980, Emmeline details the local legend of a woman who becomes ostracized by everyone in her hometown in Maine after a shocking, long-held secret becomes public. The story is a fictionalized account of the life of Emeline Bachelder Gurney. Both anecdotal and …
Olivia is the second to last novel by Judith Rossner, author of the critically acclaimed novels Looking for Mr. Goodbar and August. Published in 1994, Olivia deals with a single mother's struggles with parental alienation after reconnecting with her long estranged daughter.
His Little Women is a novel written by Judith Rossner. Published in 1990, His Little Women was the first book that Rossner published after her critically acclaimed novel, August.
Nine Months In The Life Of An Old Maid, published in 1969, is the second novel of Judith Rossner. Divided in two parts, the book details the complicated relationship that two sisters have with each other and the other members of their eccentric family.