The title refers to the name of the hotel that Natalie Marx's family inquires about only to receive a response that Gentiles feel most comfortable at their resort. Natalie's family is Jewish and it's the 1960s. The response from the hotel is not the end of the story though as it Natalie finds herself intertwined with the hotel and its owners throughout her life.
A fun, smart, fiction read. This is perfect for your next Saturday afternoon at the pool. (PG-13 for language!)