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Review: Peyton Amberg

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Joni Rendon

Tama Janowitz burst onto the literary scene in the 1980s with the publication of her bestselling story collection SLAVES OF NEW YORK, which deftly chronicled the insecurities and eccentricities of a colorful menagerie of city dwelling singles. Her subsequent books have been similar sendups of Manhattan life, but with PEYTON AMBERG, Janowitz charts a new course as she turns her acerbic eye on ... Read full review

PEYTON AMBERG

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Still best known for Slaves of New York (1986), Janowitz, in her ninth fiction, details the sexual odyssey of a self-described slut.Peyton was raised in Boston on the wrong side of the tracks, where ... Read full review

Peyton Amberg: a novel

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

Janowitz has been through plenty of ups and downs since the publication of her best-selling The Slaves of New York in 1986, but here she returns to form. In her twenties, Peyton marries a dentist ... Read full review


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