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The Glamorous Double Life of Isabel Bookbinder
by Holly McQueen


Overview - Isabel Bookbinder is a twenty-seven-year-old assistant at the "Saturday Mercury" newspaper in London. She has a disinterested boyfriend, a mother who loves clothes that match, and a father who always expects her to do better.
Although Isabel may spend most of her time measuring newspaper column inches, she's well on her way to becoming a bestselling author.
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Overview
Isabel Bookbinder is a twenty-seven-year-old assistant at the "Saturday Mercury" newspaper in London. She has a disinterested boyfriend, a mother who loves clothes that match, and a father who always expects her to do better.
Although Isabel may spend most of her time measuring newspaper column inches, she's well on her way to becoming a bestselling author. She's already perfected Her Look (cashmere track suit, lots of mascara), is working on her toned size eight figure, and gets up at dawn to work on her novel (well, sort of). She even has a fabulous mentor -- a bestselling but increasingly eccentric author who takes her to glamorous book parties and introduces her to the dreamy literary agent Joe Madison. But when she inadvertently exposes a political sex scandal and her name becomes known for all the wrong reasons, her glamorous double life starts to spin out of control.
With her distinctive voice, penchant for getting in sticky situations, and blind confidence in her dream of becoming a famous novelist, Isabel Bookbinder is a heroine that you can't help but root for.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781416580676
  • ISBN-10: 1416580670
  • Publisher: Washington Square Press
  • Publish Date: April 2009
  • Page Count: 375


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