Olivia Goldsmith - bestselling author of The First Wives Club - delivers her best revenge novel to date.The best way to beat the system is from the inside...Meet Jennifer - a smart, sexy woman who has broken through the glass ceiling to become a big-time trader in the world of high finance. When her boss is caught playing fast and loose with the regulations, Jennifer agrees to take the rap. After all, her fiance is a lawyer with the connections to get her off.Instead, she ends up in a women's prison; a world a whole lot meaner than Wall Street and where her designer clothes and fancy education count for nothing. She has to learn fast if she wants to survive and she does, once she is accepted by the prison's top 'crew'; a group of smart, strong, scary women led by tough lifer Movita and crazy Cher. These are women that Jennifer would never, ever, have befriended on the outside, but on the inside she soon discovers that working together is the only way out...
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Olivia Goldsmith is an extremely promotable author and Hollywood scriptwriter. Her first novel, THE FIRST WIVES CLUB, was made into a very successful movie. Others of her novels are in development, including YOUNG WIVES. She lives in New York.Review:
ACCLAIM FOR OLIVIA GOLDSMITH:'Goldsmith's characters are wilful, robust, amusing and delightfully credible'Mail on Sunday'Goldsmith hands out her characters'rewards and comeuppances like Jane Austen dealing blackjack... You keep licking your fingers and reaching for the next page as if it were another potato chip'Newsweek'What a great feeling to fall into the capable hands of Olivia Goldsmith. The author of The First Wives Club and Bestseller always serves up believable characters in slightly outlandish situations in a mixture that makes highly entertaining reading...'People'Full of wisecracks, and gossip... Olivia Goldsmith can keep you reading'Cosmopolitan
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Book Description HarperCollins, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110002261308