She's Got Issues

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Urban Books, 2006 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Sinclair has issues: after discovering that her husband is having an affair with not one, but two women, she divorces him. She thinks she is finally over the heartbreak until she meets Aliette, one of the two women who wrecked her marriage. Now she wants revenge, or she thinks she does. She falsely befriends Aliette with plans to destroy her life, but something unexpected happens. Now she must decide if revenge is more important than this unlikely friendship. Will Aliette be made to pay for her past, or will these two women form a bond and become a force to be reckoned with?

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User Review  - Raising Brown Girls - Goodreads

There are several messages in this book. Aliette was looking for love in all the wrong places and the wrong people. I have listed below the messages that I believe are of value as small child ... Read full review

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User Review  - GARYAH - Goodreads

The book She's Got Issues is a great book, I think it is trying to relate a message saying that even though you are hurting deeply inside you shouldn't take it out on others. In this book Sinclare's ... 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.

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