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The Suitors (edition 2013)

by Cecile David-Weill

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Title:The Suitors
Authors:Cecile David-Weill
Info:Other Press (2013), Paperback, 432 pages
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Frothy froth about rich French people and their angst. Laure and Marie are about to lose their family's lavish mansion when their aging parents decide to sell; they decide to go husband-hunting to find a rich man to marry one of them and support their home. Will it work? A good choice for the literary beach bag. ( )
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Two upper class sisters hatch a scheme to attract a wealthy suitor to purchase their family's summer estate, L'Agapanthe, when they learn of their parents' plan to sell it in this comedy of manners.

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