Desperate Sisters

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Kensington Books, 2008 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Looks can definitely be deceiving, and the lives of these three fabulous sisters are no exception. From the outside it appears they have it all - expensive fancy homes, nice luxury cars and money galore. Their men lavish them with all the finest things money can buy and they live a life that would make anyone jealous. But the real deal is that these three ladies are beyond frustrated, and are in desperate need for a little true satisfaction...

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Will keep you reading; however, I did not like the ending. Read full review

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Stephanie Johnson is the author of several collections of poetry and of short stories, some plays and adaptations, and many fine novels. The New Zealand Listener commented that `Stephanie Johnson is a writer of talent and distinction. Over the course of an award-winning career during which she has written plays, poetry, short stories and novels she has become a significant presence in the New Zealand literary landscape, a presence cemented and enhanced by her roles as critic and creative writing teacher.' the Shag Incident won the Montana Deutz Medal for Fiction in 2003, and Belief was shortlisted for the same award. Stephanie has also won the Bruce Mason Playwrights Award and Katherine Mansfield Fellowship, and was the 2001 Literary Fellow at the University of Auckland. Many of her novels have been published in Australia, America and the United Kingdom. She co-founded the Auckland Writers and Readers Festival with Peter Wells in 1999. Her book Te writer's Festival made the New Zealand Best Sellers list in 2015.

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