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Sigaloff, Jane

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Works: 2 works in 3 publications in 2 languages and 21 library holdings
Genres: Fiction 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PR6119.I32, 823.2
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Name & address withheld by Jane Sigaloff( Book )
2 editions published between 2002 and 2005 in Polish and English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
Dear Lizzie, My marriage is in dire straits. I know you must get hundreds of people writing to you with this problem, but I think my husband may be having an affair ...-Name & Address WithheldLizzie Ford is an urban sexpert, and her hip London magazine column and radio show are bombarded with romantic casualties on a daily basis. What a relief that, after years in the dating jungle, Lizzie herself has finally leaped off the shelf into the arms of Matt Baker-an advertising genius with enough charm to win over even Lizzie's man-cynical best friend. Little does Lizzie know there's more to Matt Baker than witty one-liners and bedroom eyes. Or that this innocent, seemingly anonymous note from a reader is about to catapult her into a scorching scandal, forcing Lizzie to confront some compelling home truths about life, love-and loyalty
Like Mother, Like Daughter by Jane Sigaloff( visu )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
When single-again newspaper columnist Suzie Fletcher announces that her only wish is for her and her daughter to be dating someone by the time of her sixtieth birthday party, twenty-nine-year-old divorcee Alice Harrison wishes she could trade her mother in for a more conventional model. With only six weeks of her fifties remaining, Suzie is happy to try anything once and starts dating Tom, a wealthy boy toy, fifteen years her junior. Her mother hot o her heels, life-coach Alice breaks all the rules and falls for a client. Guilty about mixing business with pleasure, there's much greater shock in store fore her ... Alice and Suzie had always been close. Now they're about to get closer. Forget about love triangles, welcome to the love circus
 
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English (2)
Polish (1)
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