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To Bed With Grand Music by Marghanita Laski
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Feb 23, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: persephone
Read on February 23, 2012

Deborah Robertson, the main character in this book, is quite possibly the most horrid fictional character I've read about in some time. She is a horrible friend, a rotten mother, and to say she's an unfaithful wife is a gross understatement. The end of the novel offers no redemption as Deborah only becomes more of a lying slut. Fortunately this novel was a quick read at just 200 pages, and only Marghanita Laski's skill as a writer kept me turning pages.

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message 1: by Heather (new)

Heather I think I'll skip this one--even if I do love Laski's writing!

Diane Barnes That is a smart decision. I hate it when a favorite author disappoints, but she published this one under a pseudonym for a good reason. I'm not sure why Persephone chose to re-publish this one.

message 3: by Deborah (new)

Deborah Burrows I must admit that I agree. I ended up disliking her so much that I skimmed the last half, even though I love Laski's work.

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