Three beautiful, red–headed sisters, descendants of a literary lion, are plucked from obscurity, to become instant celebrities. Theresa Rebeck, Pulitzer–finalist playwright and scriptwriter, follows the girls, their brother, their family, through one year, filled with the good, the bad and the ugly of the New York celebrity scene and delivers it to us with rich detail and rare authenticity. But what's so special about 'Three Girls and their Brother' is the sensitivity as well as the trenchant observation and wit with which the dilemmas, the choices of the family are depicted . It is a brilliantly drawn portrait of parental responsibilities and sibling tensions. A novel which raises many questions, a new fiction writer to celebrate and a remarkable family to remember.