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Guilty Creatures
by Sue Welfare | Women's Fiction
Registered by trystja on 3/30/2008
Average 7 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by trystja): reserved

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Journal Entry 1 by trystja on Sunday, March 30, 2008

7 out of 10

I don't remember a lot about this one! Bound to be a good bit of light reading though. Back cover reads:

Mim Pilgrim is so fed up with her husband that she's driven to exploring the full extent of her window-cleaner's tattoo. Fisher (once known as Frank) Pilgrim doesn't notice. A TV shrink on the verge of his big break, and officially an expert on family matters, he's failed to spot that his daughter has something more than a teenage crush on her drama teacher and his adolescent son is suffering an overwhelming dose of hormonal disruption.

But a promotable family background is vital for Fisher's image. So when Mim becomes acquainted with an eminent literary figure, he and his producer decide to make the most of it. It's a catalyst for chaos, and before long everyone is entangled in a situation way beyond the reaches of pop psychology...

This one is for the next Oz Vbb... 

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