Saturday, July 23, 2016

Nine Women, One Dress/ Jane L. Rosen/ 257 pages

Morris Siegal has created the pattern for 'The Dress', meaning the little black dress that will be the hottest seller of the season.  In her debut novel, Nine Women, One Dress, Jane L. Rosen follows the dress as it passes through the hands of nine very different women.  Starting with the runway model and passing to the department store clerk, the snob, the Hollywood star, the secretary, the detective, the liar, the 'mean girl' and more, the dress changes lives in amazing ways.  Rosen weaves an enjoyable story as the reader follows the dress to each wearer.

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