Barbara Raskin
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 289

A captivating, witty novel about two very different sisters engaged in a dangerous sibling rivalry, by the New York Times–bestselling author of Hot Flashes.   Unglamorous Natalie Karavan Myers is a social worker—though currently unemployed—who had been running a women’s homeless shelter in the nation’s capital until the Reagan government cut her budget. Her sister, Stephanie “Shay” Karavan, is a famous investigative journalist with a sex life as newsworthy as her articles—she claims to have bedded Fidel Castro, Muammar el-Qaddafi, and Sean Connery, among others. The two women may well have invented the phrase “sibling rivalry.” Since childhood, Natalie has been stepped on and pushed aside while her sister moved up in the world, and now that they are “women of a certain age,” their antagonism has reached its peak.   When Shay steals a packet of ...
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