The Great Treefle Hunt

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Middle-aged single mother and entertainment publicist Suzanne Portnoy leads a double life. Monday to Friday, she's a professional executive devoted to her two adolescent boys. But on weekends she spends her kid-free hours having sex, with a different man--or men--each time. Picking up where The Butcher, the Baker, the Candlestick Maker left off, this memoir finds Suzanne both confronting the consequences and enjoying the fruits of her notoriety as the bestselling author of an erotic memoir. From a coked-up rock star to an uptight millionaire to a hunky stripper, Suzanne attracts plenty of men wherever she goes, particularly once they learn her identity. But just when Suzanne grows reconciled to the possibility of never settling down, she meets a man who wants to be more than one of her "friends." While debating whether to unload her portfolio of men for the potential one true lover, this most unconventional woman ponders the most conventional question: has she found the fabled Mr. Right or will he prove to be just another in a long string of Mr. Wrongs?

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The Not So Invisible Woman

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An American living and working in London, pseudonymous author Portnoy is a hard-working single mom whose hobby is sex-usually with strangers. Here, she follows up her 2006 sexalogue The Butcher, the ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Suzanne Portnoy has been a publicist and director of her London own PR company for twelve years, working with some of the biggest clients in the entertainment industry. Divorced and with two children, she is attractive and finally a size 12 after 20 years spent yo-yo dieting, and is happily single. The Not So Invisible Woman is her second book.

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