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  • 9 of 31 copies available at Bibliomation.
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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Easton Public Library FIC FEITO, VIRGINIA (Text to phone) 37777123604803 Adult New Fiction Checked out 10/05/2021
Black Rock Branch - Bridgeport Adult On Order (Text to phone) acq1070532 Acquisitions On order -
Booth & Dimock Library - Coventry AF FEI (Text to phone) 33260000557448 Adult New Checked out 10/05/2021
Burnham Library - Bridgewater FIC FEITO (Text to phone) 36937000648387 Adult New Material Checked out 09/30/2021
Burroughs-Saden Main - Bridgeport Adult On Order (Text to phone) acq1070466 Acquisitions On order -
C.H. Booth Library - Newtown FIC FEI (Text to phone) 34014150103605 Adult New Fiction On holds shelf -
Douglas Library of Hebron FIC FEI (Text to phone) 33400148845954 Adult New Mystery Suspense Checked out 10/02/2021
East Side Branch - Bridgeport Adult On Order (Text to phone) acq1104713 Acquisitions On order -
Edith Wheeler Memorial Library - Monroe On Order (Text to phone) acq1097896 Acquisitions On order -
Gunn Memorial Library - Washington FIC FEI (Text to phone) 34055145678763 Adult New Fiction Checked out 10/05/2021
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Summary, etc.: "A twenty-first-century Highsmith, Virginia Feito conjures the unforgettable Mrs. March, an Upper East Side housewife whose life is shattered by her husband's latest novel. In this astonishing debut, the venerable but gossipy New York literary scene is twisted into a claustrophobic fun house of paranoia, horror, and wickedly dark humor. George March's latest novel is a smash. No one is prouder than Mrs. March, his doting wife. But one morning, the shopkeeper of her favorite patisserie suggests that his protagonist is based on Mrs. March herself: "?'But... -isn't she...' Mrs. March leaned in and in almost a whisper said, 'a whore?'?" Clutching her ostrich-leather pocketbook, she flees, that one casual remark destroying her belief that she knew everything about her husband-as well as herself. Suddenly, Mrs. March is hurled into a harrowing journey that builds to near psychosis, one that begins merely within the pages of a book but may uncover both a killer and the long-buried secrets of her past"--
Genre: Humorous fiction.
Suspense fiction.
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