Last summer at the Golden Hotel / Elyssa Friedland.

By: Friedland, ElyssaPublisher: New York : Berkley, 2021. ©2021Description: 368 p. : ill., genealogical tables ; 21 cmISBN: 9780593199725Report number: BV-Summer 21Subject(s): Family reunions -- Fiction | Catskill Mountains (N.Y.) -- Fiction | Hotels -- New York (State) -- Catskill Mountains -- FictionGenre/Form: Humorous fiction.Summary: A family reunion in the Catskills brings hilarity and nostalgia when two clans convene for the summer at their beloved getaway. For more than sixty years, the Goldman and Weingold families-best friends and business partners-have presided over this glamorous resort, which served as a second home for well-heeled guests and celebrities. But the Catskills are not what they used to be-and neither is the relationship between the Goldmans and the Weingolds. As the facilities and management begin to fall apart, a tempting offer to sell forces the two families together again to make a heart-wrenching decision.
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A family reunion in the Catskills brings hilarity and nostalgia when two clans convene for the summer at their beloved getaway. For more than sixty years, the Goldman and Weingold families-best friends and business partners-have presided over this glamorous resort, which served as a second home for well-heeled guests and celebrities. But the Catskills are not what they used to be-and neither is the relationship between the Goldmans and the Weingolds. As the facilities and management begin to fall apart, a tempting offer to sell forces the two families together again to make a heart-wrenching decision.

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