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Goodbye, Jimmy Choo

Author: Annie Sanders
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st Warner books edView all editions and formats
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"Self-confessed bohemian Izzie Stock prefers cargo pants to Donna Karan and has never seen a coffee shop she didn't like. Private-schooled and privileged, Maddy Hoare can name the best boutiques in Paris and is convinced proper English civilization ends at the London city limits. These two women couldn't seem more different until, forced to move to the English countryside for their respective husbands' careers, they  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Domestic fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annie Sanders
ISBN: 0446697281 9780446697286
OCLC Number: 772145537
Description: 407 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Annie Sanders.

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"Self-confessed bohemian Izzie Stock prefers cargo pants to Donna Karan and has never seen a coffee shop she didn't like. Private-schooled and privileged, Maddy Hoare can name the best boutiques in Paris and is convinced proper English civilization ends at the London city limits. These two women couldn't seem more different until, forced to move to the English countryside for their respective husbands' careers, they meet at a luncheon with the local Stepford wives contingent-and immediately recognize their shared longing for the city streets they left behind. In this bizarro world of parish fairs and cow crossings, Izzie and Maddy may just be each other's last hope. But a tragedy is brewing--and together with a secret stash of French beauty secrets, some foul-smelling weeds, and a lot of excellent wine, the bonds of this unique friendship are about to turn the world they got stuck with into one they wouldn't trade for anything."--The publisher.

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