Judith Krantz


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in New York, New York, The United States
January 09, 1928

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Judith Krantz (born Judith Tarcher), is an American novelist who writes in the romance genre. Her works include Princess Daisy and Till We Meet Again.

Average rating: 3.8 · 37,267 ratings · 870 reviews · 27 distinct worksSimilar authors
Scruples

3.82 avg rating — 14,171 ratings — published 1978 — 49 editions
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Mistral's Daughter

3.95 avg rating — 6,250 ratings — published 1982 — 45 editions
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Princess Daisy

3.77 avg rating — 3,863 ratings — published 1980 — 40 editions
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Till We Meet Again

3.90 avg rating — 2,906 ratings — published 1988 — 33 editions
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I'll Take Manhattan

3.75 avg rating — 2,814 ratings — published 1986 — 42 editions
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Scruples Two: Fifteen Years...

3.80 avg rating — 2,401 ratings — published 1984 — 34 editions
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Dazzle

3.61 avg rating — 2,059 ratings — published 1990 — 32 editions
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The Jewels of Tessa Kent

3.60 avg rating — 1,051 ratings — published 1998 — 19 editions
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Lovers

3.47 avg rating — 819 ratings — published 1994 — 28 editions
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Spring Collection

3.32 avg rating — 812 ratings — published 1996 — 33 editions
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“Did she make you laugh? Did she love you as much as you loved her? Did she protect you and warm you and keep you from suffering? Valentine turned her eyes away from him, unable to face the empty answer in his face but not wanting to stop saying what she had thought for so long. "I saw how fascinating her mystery was to you. For my part, I think that the mystery is always greatest where there is the most-emptiness. A person full of life is never mysterious, on the contrary.”
Judith Krantz, Scruples

“For my part, I think that the mystery is always greatest where there is the most - emptiness.”
Judith Krantz, Scruples

“Anyway, how can you say things like that? You don't know me at all." She wasn't really caught up in this game, but she was enjoying it, as she had enjoyed the dozens of declarations that had been made to her since she was eleven. Her earliest memories were of being told how beautiful she was. Something in her never believed the words, never felt satisfied. It wasn't modesty; it was a craving for more proof than anyone had ever yet given her. Her mind worked constantly at trying to understand for herself exactly what other people saw when they looked at her. She could never grasp it whole and living. Her deepest fantasy was to step outside of her skin and look at herself and find out just what people were thinking about. She spent her life experimenting with people to see how she could make them react, as if, in their response, she could discover herself.”
Judith Krantz, Scruples

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