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Flying south de  Nancy Geyer  

Flying south
de Nancy Geyer


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Charles Scribner's Sons

Edición: 1982
ISBN: 684175991
Medidas: 14,5 x 21,5 cm
Estado: Muy Bueno
Género: Novela en ingles - Suspenso
Peso: 390 gramos

 
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"Mrs. Coleman, I''m pregnant with Jason''s child and I''D like you to divorce him." Clara Moss Coleman, a forty-year-old housewife and mother of two, is so stunned at this announcement by her husband''s graduate assistant that she forgets to brush a cobweb off the ceiling. Clara, raised in Mississippi to believe that all she had to do was marry a successful professional man and have children and the rest would take care of itself, has been jilted - by a rather stuffy, very proper professor of English who never got around to writing his first novel but somehow found time for an affair. Clara feels terrified, guilty, confused, overwhelmed - and furious.
She tries to put the pieces together, but nothing fits. Cursing herself for her lack of self-reliance, she reaches out to an old and dear college friend, Mickey caparella, now a successful Florida businessman-and arranges to fly to New Orleans to meet him. Mickey is the opposite of Jason: warm, loving, supportive. He is also a bachelor.
Flying South draws us immediately into Clara''s dilemma. How can this spunky, sympathetic housewife-who considers herself neithet exceptional nor liberated nor terribly independent -suddenly become all of these? What hope is there for a woman who still has trouble using the title "Ms." and persists in calling herself "Mrs. Jason Frederick Coleman III"? What hope is there for a woman who actually likes men?
It''s a long trip for Clara form a college town in snow-bound Rochester to a blazing reunion in New Orleans, but it is with a profound sense of satisfaction that we share her ultimately triumphant journey to a warmer place.
Flying South is a beautifully paced surprising, and totally absorbing novel that will delight all those readers who still believe-in spite of everything-in the possibilities that exist for love and friendship between men and women.

A native of Mississippi now living in Houston, Nancy Geyer has worked in public relations, sold real estate, and taught English. She and her husband Bob have four children. Flying South is her first novel.

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