Looking for something not too heavy, but well written, entertaining, and provocative? Elinor Lipman always delivers. In this romantic comedy, Daphne Maritch, a recently divorced New Yorker, throws out the heavily annotated yearbook her mother left her explicitly in her will. A neighbor who is a documentary film maker fishes it out of the recycle bin and sees it as a perfect subject. Who owns the story? What will Daphne and the film maker uncover? Will Daphne find true love? Will her father, who moves to New York from their New Hampshire home to be close to his daughter and live the next chapter of his life? And what was her mother up to back when she was a young teacher? Lots of fun.