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Candace Bushnell

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Candace Bushnell is an American author and columnist based in New York City. She is best known for writing a column that was anthologized in a book, Sex and the City, which in turn became the basis for a popular television series and its subsequent film adaptations.

Genres: Young Adult Romance
Candace Bushnell recommends
My Canape Hell (2000)
Imogen Edwards-Jones
"Absolutely hysterical, I could not put it down."
Maneater (2003)
Gigi Levangie
"Stylish writing, great fun!"
Where The Truth Lies (2003)
Rupert Holmes
"Where the Truth Lies is a beguiling suspense novel. It's sexy and surprising, witty and intriguing. I was hooked from the very first page."
Bergdorf Blondes (2004)
Plum Sykes
"Bright and funny, BERGDORF BLONDES is haute couture chick lit."
Man Camp (2005)
Adrienne Brodeur
"A hilarious take on the battle between the sexes. If only Man Camp really existed!"
The Widow's Guide to Sex and Dating (2013)
Carole Radziwill
"Witty and charming...a delight. The Character of Claire is [a] morden-day Holly Golightly."
The Arrangement (2017)
Sarah Dunn
"Daring and darkly funny, Sarah Dunn's THE ARRANGEMENT is this summer's must-read."
Love Sold Separately (2020)
Ellen Meister
"Witty, clever and full of original characters, it kept me up reading way past my bedtime! A great romp of a read."

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