Dangerous Women: The Guide to Modern Life

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Orion, Nov 3, 2011 - Reference - 224 pages
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Life-enhancing, packed with poetry and philosophical bon mots, Dangerous Women: The Guide to Modern Life draws on the experience of three dangerously knowledgeable women to offer practical but humourous advice, with an understanding of the finer art of living. With over 600 entries, from 'Accepting a compliment' and 'Affairs' to 'Entering a covent', 'Family therapy', 'I don't', 'Teenagers' and 'Wolf-whistling', this is the perfect bedside companion for the modern woman. Mothers, sisters, daughters and girlfriends are constantly asking themselves, and each other, questions about what it means to be a modern woman. Dangerous Women sparkles with the answers.

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User Review  - Mary Jo Burke - Goodreads

Fun definitions of activities and great advice for women of all ages. Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

A practical book of advice by 3 British women. Cleverly written and humorous. Really enjoyed it! Read full review

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Clare Conville is a literary agent who likes to throw her fairy dust over new books, projects and writers' careers. Liz Hoggard is a journalist who writes for the EVENING STANDARD, DAILY MAIL and the INDEPENDENT. Sarah-Jane Lovett is a diarist for the EVENING STANDARD and THE TIMES.

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