Three-martini lunch by Suzanne Rindell

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  • Publishers and publishing,
  • Authors,
  • Fiction

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Other titles3-martini lunch
StatementSuzanne Rindell
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3618.I538 T47 2016
The Physical Object
Pagination500 pages
Number of Pages500
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27205411M
ISBN 100399165487, 0399576991
ISBN 109780399165481, 9780399576997
LC Control Number2016006513
OCLC/WorldCa941583150

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Praise for Three-Martini Lunch “Think of it as the publishing industry’s take on Mad Men: a gripping fictional dispatch from the world of talented writers and editors with big dreams, secrets, and booze bills.”—Entertainment Weekly “Packed with narrative surprises Rindell keeps the suspense strong as we wonder if Eden and Cliff and Miles are fated for success or doomed to failure.

Three-Martini Lunch is a gripping study of the ways in which people betray others and themselves in an effort to carve out places for themselves in a competitive and unforgiving world.”—Sara Gruen, New York Times-bestselling author of Water for Elephants and At the Water’s Edge.

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Three-Martini Lunch is an homage to 's Greenwich Village with its jazz clubs, literary scene, and changing times. Cliff, Eden, and Miles are starting to find their way in this world. Cliffs wants to be a writer, Eden moved from Indiana with dreams of becoming an editor, and Miles is searching for the truth about his father and discovers a truth about himself.

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