Three Great Novels

Three Great Novels : "Career Girls", "The Movie", "Tall Poppies"

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CAREER GIRLS Rowena Gordon, an upper-class Brit, and Topaz Rossi, a feisty Italian-American redhead, are best friends and equally determined to succeed in their chosen careers - Topaz as a journalist and Rowena in the music industry. But Rowena lets a moment's betrayal develop into a lifetime feud. She is hell-bent on making it to the top - not easy when there is an enemy determined to see her fail...THE MOVIE Screenwriter Megan Silver is a waitress in an LA burger joint, going nowhere fast. But she has a million-dollar idea, if only she can sell it. Supermodel Roxana Felix, a bitchy catwalk queen, wants to be a movie star and nothing is going to stop her. Hollywood studio president Eleanor Marshall desperately needs a smash hit to save her job. When these three collide, it's seismic...TALL POPPIES Nina and Elizabeth seem worlds apart: one a poor Jewish girl who becomes a brilliant business woman, the other an English public schoolgirl who is a champion skier. Under the skin, though, they are the same - desperate to escape their pasts and make a mark on the world. But there are always people who want to cut the tall poppies down to size...
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  • Paperback | 832 pages
  • 154 x 230 x 54mm | 1,120.37g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 075285268X
  • 9780752852683

About Louise Bagshawe

Bestselling author Louise Bagshawe published her first novel, CAREER GIRLS, while still in her early twenties. She has since written five novels, all available from Orion. She lives with her husband in New York.
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