Stephen Bett's last three books (High-Maintenance, Nota Bene and, here, Three Women) have moved from his customary scathing satirizations of so-called pop culture to a deeply anguished book about a difficult love relationship to, now, a book of anger, bitterness, and new beginnings.
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