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Layered with Sex, Lies and Glamour, ‘She Regrets Nothing’ is Utterly Captivating

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Rarely do we find a book that boasts of intrigue and mystery that’s as sly as it is sexy and just plain fun; but author Andrea Dunlop is a rare talent. Dunlop’s latest novel, She Regrets Nothing: A Novel is a multi-layered story where the themes of power, sex and glamour make this novel so utterly captivating. Our protagonist, Laila Lawrence, is made an orphan at age 23, following the death of her mother. Raised in Grosse Point, Michigan, Laila’s quiet, settled life takes a sharp turn with the unexpected arrival of her three wealthy and glamorous cousins from Manhattan for her mother’s funeral. Laila’s cousins are part of the family that her father had once belonged to and become estranged…

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Q&A with David Plante, Author of ‘American Stranger’ and ‘Difficult Women’

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Brought up in a secularized Jewish household on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Nancy Green knows little about her parents’ past. She knows they were World War II Jewish refugees who were able to escape Germany with precious family heirlooms that are constant reminders of a lost life and a world about which Nancy knows very little. In David Plante’s novel, American Stranger, (Delphinium Books; January 9, 2018) the main character, Nancy, has a longing for some kind of spiritual connection that first leads her into an encounter with a Hasidic Jewish man who, unable to find meaning in his own religion, has taken vows to become a monk. She then becomes romantically involved with Yvon, a Catholic college student in…

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