In her third novel, Circle of Three, Liesl Wilke ’89 tells the story of Paul, a widower and detective, and his daughters, 20-year-old fraternal twins living in Princeton and Brooklyn. As Paul works to overcomes a major misstep in one of his cases, his two daughters make their own mistakes, raising questions about the fragility of family, sisterhood, and self: What will a sister forgive her twin, and a father his daughters? Wilke is an author, artist, and advocate for Native American rights.