A mystery, a coming of age, a family saga, and classic women’s fiction, with a healthy dose of romance and just a little tragedy.
1932. A blossoming new love affair. Rochester, New York. The Great Depression. Work is hard to find and even harder to keep. Didi Diamond meets Paul Miller and falls head over heels. She pours her heart out in her diary, never knowing that decades later her granddaughter and great-granddaughter will pick up the words and breathe new life into a family mystery. And into their own complicated relationship and their own chances at love.
Punk is a heartwarming, witty, historical, coming-of-age tale of love and loss told in first person by three generations of women.
It’s about how to recover from life’s inevitable mistakes and how the past can offer an unexpected, revealing window into the future.