The Carlton Club

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 539 pages
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The Carlton Club is the place to see and be seen. For those who frequent the playground of the rich, it is a way of life. And for a dedicated young doctor and the three women who desire him, it is the place where passions explode--and scandals are born! From the author of Roommates.

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User Review  - mjirsch - LibraryThing

This was a pleasant and interesting book! Thank you to Mrs. Stone goodreads giveaways for supplying my copy. It was a quick read that contains a unpredictable and fast moving plot. The love story kept ... Read full review

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Katherine Stone was born in Seattle. She attended Stanford University, where she completed her pre-med requirements while majoring in English, and received her MD from the Univerity of Washington. After her Internal Medicine residency in San Francisco, she did an Infectious Diseases fellowship in LA. One of the world's largest outbreaks of Legionnaires' Disease occurred at the LA hospital where she was doing her fellowship, giving Stone the opportunity to write and lecture on the mysterious new disease. From there she began to write stories, integrating her knowledge of medicine, and has since written sixteen novels, including Bed of Roses, Imagine Love, Pearl Moon, and Twins.

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