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In Upton Brady, Sally Ryder found the near perfect husband. Or so she thought. During their forty-six-year marriage, Sally had a ringside seat to Upton's genius for quirky creativity. Together they raised four children and enjoyed a well-connected literary life, complete with soirees with famous writer friends, sailboat excursions, and extended weekend festivities. True, in his later years, the gifted editor-in-chief of the Atlantic Monthly Press became disturbingly temperamental and controlling, but Sally still believed that she knew him. It was only after his death that she discovered the great secret of his life... This memoir confronts one of life's most difficult questions: What do you when you discover that your deepest love was only half known?