The Sins of Philip Fleming
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The Sins of Philip Fleming

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A subtly crafted, timeless inside story about tangled amours and twisted ideals from one of America's most skillful writers.
Published August 1st 1961 by Signet (first published 1959)
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Me atrapó desde la primera página y me gusta como el autor te lleva por todo el show/trauma/dilema de Philip, el final no me encantó y aunque nos enseña una gran lección me dejo con sabor a mi cita con el psicólogo ;)
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