Susan Buckley on Hemingway’s Widow

Bravo to Tim Christian for creating a portrait of my friend Mary Hemingway that at last shows her for the complex person she was—so much more than an appendage of “the great man.” The author’s astonishingly deep research into the vast archive of letters, journals,...

Steve Paul on Hemingway’s Widow

Living with Hemingway could be downright treacherous, as the journalist Mary Welsh would learn even before becoming the great writer’s fourth and last wife. In this fast-paced, drama-packed, and full-bodied biography, Timothy Christian has given us the absolute true...

Nick Reynolds on Hemingway’s Widow

This compelling book transported me back to Hemingway’s world, except this time his fourth and last wife Mary was guiding the way.  Hemingway aficionados will enjoy the journey. Hemingway scholars will appreciate the detail, including some new revelations, and the...