Holiday gatherings are always fodder for secrets to emerge and family dysfunction to run rampant. Long Island novelist, Brenda Janowitz’s fifth novel, “The Dinner Party” (St. Martin’s Press – 286 pages) humorously portrays a suburban Connecticut Passover dinner. The matriarch, Sylvia Gold, prepares to host the Rothschild’s of New York City, a legendary banking family, at her home.

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