Seventy odd-years seems like an excessive amount of time for genetics to kick in, but since both of Martha McMullen’s parents wrote for the New York Times, it was probably only a question of time until she took up the family trade.
McMullen’s “Driving Woodie: Tales From the Home Front During World War II” is a charming memoir of life during World War II that was workshopped at the Writer’s Academy at the Kravis Center and is only the second book published by the Kravis.
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