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Four Blondes

Candace Bushnell

4 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

* A cool witty novel about urban sexuality, from the author of SEX AND THE CITY

FOUR BLONDES charts the romantic intrigues, liaisons, betrayals and victories of four modern women: a beautiful B-list model finagles rent-free summerhouses in the Hamptons from her lovers until she discovers she can get a man but can't get what she wants; a high-powered magazine columnist's floundering marriage to a literary journalist is thrown into crisis when her husband's career fails to live up to her expectations; a 'Cinderella' records her descent into paranoia in her journal as she realises she wants anybody's life except her own; an artist and aging 'It girl' - who fears that her time for finding a man has run out - travels to London in search of the kind of love and devotion she can't find in Manhattan. . .

Studded with her trademark wit and stiletto-heel-sharp insight, FOUR BLONDES is dark, true, and compulsively readable.

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Praise for Four Blondes

  • Stiletto-sharp wit and dialogue...A compulsive read. - OK MAGAZINE

  • Extremely funny, but it's a hard boiled humour with a cruel edge. - OBSERVER

  • Bushnell is a fabulous writer who captures her world in hard, glittering prose. - EVE

  • Thank God this book is about four separate people- if it were about one, I wouldn't have been able to put it doen at all- stylishly presented in dark and illuminating chunks. - IRISH TATLER

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Candace Bushnell

Candace Bushnell is the creator of SEX AND THE CITY and has been described by the EVENING STANDARD as a 'genius'. The OBSERVER compared her to Nancy Mitford and the SUNDAY TELEGRAPH to 'Jane Austen with a Martini.'

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