Elizabeth Cox taught special education for years, but has also been not only a college lecturer, but a full professor. She has taught at MIT, and Duke, as well as lesser-known schools. This is the third novel from highly respected publishers in her quite successful career. As the title makes clear, this is a novel that centers around a divorce, and as the title gives notice, Cox's perspective is down-to-earth and wise.
Baton Rouge: Lousiana State University, 1991. Trade paperback.