Lives of the Saints

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New American Library, 1986 - Domestic fiction - 143 pages
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"Hysterically funny, beautifully written...an almost hypnotic portrait of unforgettable people in a strange and magnificent city".--Anne tyler, The New Republic.

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User Review  - SeriousGrace - LibraryThing

Louise is a young woman with a great sense of sarcastic and romance. She has returned to New Orleans after college to work in a law firm. She reconnects with her long time love Claude Collier (as well ... Read full review

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User Review  - Douglas Karlson - Goodreads

I enjoyed this highly absorbing and humorous book, and was checking to see if the author ever wrote anything else. I thought maybe this was her only book but now I see there are others. Read full review

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About the author (1986)

Nancy Lemann is the author of three previous novels and a nonfiction book about the corruption trial of Louisiana governor Edwin W. Edwards, The Ritz of the Bayou. A native of New Orleans, she lives with her husband and daughters outside Washington, D.C.

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