These three novels invite readers into the world of one-percenters, though not without some criticism. In Jenny Jackson’s debut, Pineapple Street, three sisters of a wealthy Brooklyn clan struggle to define their individual lives against their family background. In The Lemon, Joe Keohane (writing as S.E. Boyd) explores how the death of a renowned culinary TV host drives conflict in the worlds of high-end dining and low-end media. In Sheena Patel’s I’m a Fan, an anonymous narrator stalks the married man with whom she is having an affair, as well as his influencer lover, in an examination of race, class, and privilege. Moderated by Jason Diamond (The Sprawl).