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Someone in London is cooking up murder


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How much would you risk to turn your life around?


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RT TOP PICK! What if your prime suspects in a hefty art theft are two men you simply can't resist?


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In Nashville the music is louder, the dreams are bigger, and love can bring a cowboy to his knees.


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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy



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Also by Emma McLaughlin:

How to be a Grown-Up, August 2015
Hardcover
The First Affair, September 2013
Hardcover
Between You and Me, June 2013
Paperback (reprint)
Between You And Me, June 2012
Hardcover
Nanny Returns: A Novel, December 2009
Hardcover
The Real Real, June 2009
Hardcover
Citizen Girl, October 2005
Trade Size (reprint)
The Nanny Diaries, March 2003
Paperback

Also by Nicola Kraus:

How to be a Grown-Up, August 2015
Hardcover
The First Affair, September 2013
Hardcover
Between You and Me, June 2013
Paperback (reprint)
Between You And Me, June 2012
Hardcover
Nanny Returns: A Novel, December 2009
Hardcover
Citizen Girl, October 2005
Trade Size (reprint)
The Nanny Diaries, March 2003
Paperback

Citizen Girl
Emma McLaughlin, Nicola Kraus

Another biting satire from Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus, authors of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Nanny Diaries.

Washington Square Press
October 2005
320 pages
ISBN: 0743266862
Trade Size (reprint)
$14.00
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Contemporary Chick Lit

Working in a world where a college degree qualifies her to make photocopies and color-coordinate file folders, twenty- four-year-old Girl is struggling to keep up with the essential trinity of food, shelter, and student loans. So when she finally lands the job of her dreams she ignores her misgivings and concentrates on getting the job done...whatever that may be.

Sharply observed and devastatingly funny, Citizen Girl captures with biting accuracy what it means to be young and female in the new economy. A personal glimpse into an impersonal world, Citizen Girl is edgy and heartfelt, an entertaining read that is startlingly relevant.

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Good Morning America - January 5, 2006
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