The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Feb 14, 2008 - Fiction - 368 pages
34 Reviews
Julia Darrow runs a thriving business in South Carolina, has a houseful of foster dogs-and she wears designer pajamas all day, every day.

John Dodge makes a living moving around the country, fixing up small businesses on the brink of disaster. His newest venture takes him to South Carolina, where he's greeted by an odd sight: Julia Darrow, walking across Lambert Square, in pajamas.

Intrigued, Dodge asks Julia out to dinner only to be refused. The townsfolk warn him that Julia is an unsolvable mystery, but Dodge likes mysteries, and he's really good at fixing things...


  

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Review: The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square

User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

A light and pleasing read. A palate cleanser, if you will. One of those books set in the South with a cast of quirky, endearing characters. Read full review

Review: The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square

User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

Like other reviewers I found the characters unlikable. The whole story made no sense to me. A woman who wears pajamas all the time? Um, ok. And goes around barefoot outside walking her dog? Dodge and ... Read full review

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Rosina Lippi, a former linguistics professor, is the author of the critically acclaimed, award-winning literary novel Homestead, which won the 1999 PEN/Hemingway Award and was shortlisted for the 2001 Orange Prize. The New York Times Book Review called it "[A] novel of great depth, compassion, and tenderness." Under the name of Sara Donati, she has written the highly praised and commercially successful historical fiction series Into the Wilderness.

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