Isabel’s Bed

Author: Elinor Lipman

When Harriet Mahoney first sees it, Isabel Krug’s bed is covered in sheared sheep and littered with celebrity biographies. Harriet’s job is to ghost-write the story of Isabel’s scandalous past, all of it tabloid heaven. From the author of The Way Men Act…..Read More

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