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Susan Isaacs


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Susan Isaacs is the author of eight novels. She lives in New York City and Long Island.
 
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No Body (1986)
(Jenny Cain, book 3)
Nancy Pickard
"A delightful whodunnit... I enjoyed it immensely."
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Fearless (1993)
Rafael Yglesias
"More than 'a good read'... a tour de force, touching and harrowing at the same time."
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Everywhere That Mary Went (1993)
(Rosato and Associates, book 1)
Lisa Scottoline
"What fun! Lisa Scottoline brings something new to the lawyer-mystery -- a brilliant sense of humor. Grabs you with its intelligence, wit and energy and doesn't let go."
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One True Thing (1994)
Anna Quindlen
"There is not a single false word in One True Thing. What a brave and beautifully written novel!"
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Thrown-Away Child (1996)
(Neil Hockaday)
Thomas Adcock
"This is Adcock at his best - Intelligent, fiery, sharp-witted and perceptive."
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The Black Madonna (2001)
Louisa Ermelino
"A big-hearted, wise and wonderfully observed novel about mothers and sons. Louisa Ermelino gives the reader all the life and glorious color of New York's Little Italy."
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The Cold Blue Blood (2001)
(Berger and Mitry, book 1)
David Handler
"The beginning of what looks to be a swell series."
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London Is the Best City in America (2006)
Laura Dave
"A delicious comedy of manners and a smart examination of the heart and its desires. What a sparkling debut!"
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As Dead as It Gets (2006)
(Maggie Mars, book 1)
Cady Kalian
"As Dead as It Gets is a droll and delightful mystery about the real Hollywood, the screenwriters' Hollywood, a place often short on drollery and delight."
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Following Polly (2010)
Karen Bergreen
"Following Polly sparkles. It's got wit and energy, and fabulous characters to love (and loathe)."

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