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Sima's Undergarments for Women by Ilana Stanger-Ross
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May 27, 2010

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bookshelves: from-the-publisher, contemporary, for-women

A solid debut for Ilana Stanger-Ross, Sima's Undergarments for Women is a tale of one woman's awakening. An unexpected new employee, with whom she bonds, becomes a catalyst for Sima to revisit her heartache and loss. In many ways, this novel could be depressing, but the warmth and tenacity of the characters in the midst of many flaws makes it believable and lovable.

I appreciated the author's research and attention to detail, which also served to bring the story to life. In spite of the subject matter, it was a fairly light read, something to enjoy on the beach or at the pool. Certainly it will connect best with women old enough to have had, or wanted to have, children. I'm looking forward to watching what Stranger-Ross will come up with next.

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