Rhode Island Blues

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Grove/Atlantic, Inc., Dec 1, 2007 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Smart, sexy, and infinitely charming, Rhode Island Blues tells the story of Sophia Moore, a loveless and guarded thirty-four-year-old film editor in London who believes that her only living relative is her stormy and wild grandmother Felicity. Troubled by her mother's long-ago suicide and her father's abandonment, Sophia overworks, incessantly contemplates her past, and continues a flat sexual affair with the famous director of her latest film. But when she travels to Rhode Island to help Felicity settle into a retirement center, she begins to unravel mysteries about her family history while Felicity learns to gamble, falls in love, and uncovers the truth about the center's evil nurse Dawn. A hilarious tale of family secrets, nursing-home high jinks, and late-life love, Rhode Island Blues is Fay Weldon at her witty best.
 

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Across an ocean and the passage of time the lives of two relatives become intertwined in the past. Sophia, a 34-year-old film editor who tends to see life in relation to film plots, and Felicity ... Read full review

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Sophia, a 34-year-old London film editor, has always yearned for a bigger family. Her parents are dead; her grandmother, Felicity, lives in Rhode Island. But then Felicity mentions Alison, the ... Read full review

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Fay Weldon was born in England, raised in New Zealand, and received her master's in economics and psychology from St. Andrews University in Scotland. She is the author of Wicked Women, Big Girls Don't Cry, The Life and Loves of a She-Devil, and The Bulgari Connection, as well as many other novels, plays, and two books of nonfiction.

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