Kate Alcott





Kate Alcott

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Kate Alcott, a pseudonym for author Patricia O'Brien, was a newspaper reporter in Chicago and covered politics in Washington, DC. She is a graduate of the University of Oregon, is married, and the mother of four daughters.


Average rating: 3.41 · 16,645 ratings · 2,840 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
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“Life is an act—most of it, anyway. Get out there today and pretend you’re in charge, for goodness’ sake. Do you hear me? Lift up your head and pretend.” A flicker of a smile passed over her face. “It’s the secret to everything.”
Kate Alcott, The Dressmaker

“You have to humor them you know." Lucile sighed lightly as the door closed. "Men can be boring, but they are necessary. One needs to learn to work around them. Don't you think so?”
Kate Alcott
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“Trouble? Everybody gets into trouble in America -- That's what it's about.”
Kate Alcott, The Dressmaker

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