P.S.: A Novel

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Bloomsbury, 2002 - Divorced women - 208 pages
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Louise Harrington's ten-year marriage ended for reasons she has yet to fathom even four years later. At thirty-eight she is as confused about the men in her life as she was at seventeen. So when the double of her high school sweetheart appears in her life, she can't tell if she's gone mad, if it's a joke or a miracle. When her best friend Missy gets involved (it has taken Louise years to forgive her for stealing him in the first place) history begins to repeat itself all over again...

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I picked up this book at the library sale stand for 50 cents. It was a quick easy read with moments of humor but overall I was annoyed with the main character, specifically her lack of backbone, and ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Helen Schulman is the author of two novels and a short story collection. Her writing has appeared in Vanity Fair, GQ, Vogue and The New York Times. She is presently writing the screenplay for P.S.

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