Olive, Again; Elizabeth Strout
Random House - 2019
"In the early afternoon on a Saturday in June, Jack Kennison put on his sunglasses, got into his sports car with the top down, strapped the seatbelt over his shoulder and across his large stomach, and drove to Portland--almost an hour away--to buy a gallon of whiskey rather than bump into Olive Kitteridge at the grocery store in Crosby, Maine, Or even that other woman he had seen twice in the story as he stood holding his whiskey while she talked about the weather. The weather. That woman--he could not remember her name--was a widow as well."
I loved Olive Kitteridge, the first book of this series, and, I must say this follow-up is just wonderful as well -- so far. The audio is great as well. I'm really into the story so far.