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Sally Koslow on Fitzgerald’s Love Affair with Sheilah Graham in Her New Book, “Another Side of Paradise”

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It is always intriguing when an author shifts genres and offers us something very different – especially when the latest project captures our attention immediately and we declare ourselves followers of the writer. Sally Koslow, having written popular novels including The Late, Lamented Molly Marx, The Widow Waltz and Little Pink Slips that take place in real time, falls into this category. With the release of her first historical fiction novel Another Side of Paradise, Koslow engages her readers, drawing us into a memorable time in America for romance and female agency. From the moment we open this new work, we are transported into the life of Sheilah Graham, a woman born into poverty in England at the turn of the 20th…

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Tall Poppies Review: ‘The Widow Waltz’ Sparkles With Wit and Wonder

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When the wealthy, charming lawyer, Benjamin Silver, suddenly dies at a marathon, he leaves behind a gorgeous wife Georgia, a soul mate for many years, two daughters, Nicola and Louisa, and an empty bank account. The latter turns out to be as shocking as Ben’s untimely death, maybe even more. How on earth did this wealthy man who owned a law practice, an apartment on Central Park South, a house at the beach, many club memberships, and an envious wardrobe of suits and electronics end up penurious? Georgia, the stunning wife with a sculpted nose that inspires many surgeons, is only a little perplexed until she finds out her sizable inheritance, the trust funds for her daughters and her house…

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