Liberating Paris

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Wheeler Pub., 2005 - Fiction - 568 pages
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A New York Times BestsellerFrom renowned producer and writer Linda Bloodworth Thomason comes an audacious, poignant, and endearing debut novel about love, memories that won't fade, and holding on to your dreams. Set in small-town Paris, Arkansas, it is the story of six best friends who have just passed their fortieth birthdays and now must come to terms with the past in order to move forward with their lives.

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I loved this book! It isn't about Paris, France, as I initially hoped. I started out quite slow, actually prepared to toss it aside because it seemed boring and ordinary reading about the lives of ... Read full review

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In her debut novel, acclaimed television writer/producer Thomason (M*A*S*H ; The Mary Tyler Moore Show ) tells the story of six friends whose lives change when two of them have an affair. Set in small ... Read full review


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Linda Bloodworth Thomason, the acclaimed creator of Designing Women and Evening Shade, has written more than two hundred episodes for network television. She has been nominated for numerous Emmys and is the recipient of the Lucille Ball Award from Women in Film and the Eleanor Roosevelt Freedom of Speech Award. She is currently writing and directing her first feature film and lives in Los Angeles with her husband, director Harry Thomason.

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