Immaculate Conceit - Stella Duffy Reviews
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Newest Review: ... recent man of the moment is James, downstairs neighbour and ex-boyfriend. Although its been quite some time. Arriving home ... more
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Pages: 314, Paperback, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Last Update 22.05.2013 04:13
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by - written on 29/11/09, updated on 29/11/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Sofia is a coke snorting, champagne swilling, alcohol drinking lap dancer. Shes also the main focus of this novel. Sofias best friend is also her old shrink. Sofias had a succession of psychiatrists dating back to her teens when she was incarcerated in a secure facitilty. Suffice it to say Sofia is several sandwiches short of a picnic. Sofia likes intimate adult relationships, shes remarkably choosy about whom she has them with and the most recent man of the moment is James, downstairs neighbour and ex-boyfriend. Although its been quite some time. Arriving home late from work one night (or rather early one morning) Sofia is greeted by an intruder ... Read the complete review
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