By the time Iris Bromley was six, she had learned from watching her mother that the important things in life were famous people, fine houses and good manners. It's Paris in the fifties, London on the Sixties, America in the seventies - wherever glamour, gossip and publicity are at whitest heat. Her background leads her to journalism as a career, and establishes herself as a leading journalist for Lookout, the trendiest and flashiest of the New York gossip magazines. And here the real trouble begins. For in observing society, fashion and the movies from her new perspective, Iris begins to see behind the facade that has always dazzled her. Until at last, in a passionate affair with a famous actor she is assigned to interview in Rome, Iris somes face-to-face with her deepest fantasies and realizes that the only place to be is somewhere she does not yet know anything about.
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Used availability for Joan Juliet Buck's The Only Place to Be
May 1983 : UK Hardback
May 1982 : USA Hardback
June 1989 : USA Mass Market Paperback
November 1984 : UK Paperback