Atomic Love

In Rosalind, Jennie Fields has created an anxious yet gutsy heroine who carries her Shakespearian name with aplomb.

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Review of ‘Atomic Love’

Jennie Fields’ Atomic Love scrupulously captures both the minute (you might say “atomic”) and panoramic elements of the early Cold War. At ground zero: a female physicist, an FBI agent and a possible spy. Each has been broken, physically, emotionally or both, by World War II. They form a triangle, which brings to mind the symbol of…

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