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Random House, Aug 1, 1988 - Fiction - 640 pages
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The Bourton sisters knew all about power. Rock star Monty moved millions with her music; Cathy made millions on the stock market. But the morning they awoke to discover a priceless pink pearl under each of their pillows their lives were turned upside down. An international bestseller called "a passionate page turner!"--Time.

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In the emerging years of chick-lit, Pearls begins with the wealthy and fashionable Bourton sisters finding a large pearl under each of their pillows one morning. The novel unfolds as the sisters do a ... Read full review

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Celia Brayfield is a former television critic for "The Times" and a regular reviewer for the "Evening Standard, New Statesman," and several BBC radio and TV shows. She is also the author of nine novels and four nonfiction books, including" Bestseller: Secrets of Successful Writing" and "Deep France: A Writer's Year in the Bearn,

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