Long Time No See by Susan Isaacs
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The heroine of Compromising Positions returns to investigate a disappearanceWhere did Courtney Logan go? The former investment banker turned suburban dilettante had not lived in Shorehaven for long, but had begun to establish herself there. Her small business—a video production company dedicated to filming newborns—was taking off, and she seemed to have settled into life outside of the big city. Then, suddenly, she disappeared. Judith Singer wants to find her. Two decades after the thrilling case of a murdered dentist, the Long Island housewife is now town historian—and recently widowed. She needs a hobby, and Courtney Logan’s disappearance seems like just her kind of fun. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Susan Isaacs, including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.

About Susan Isaacs

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Susan Isaacs began her literary career as an administrative assistant at Seventeen magazine. Freelance writing and writing political speeches for Long Island politicians filled her spare time while she was home raising her children in the 1970s, Her first novel, Compromising Positions was published in 1978 and adapted into a movie of the same title that starred Susan Sarandon and Raul Julia. Other novels include Almost Paradise, Magic Hour, After All These Years, and Lily White.
Published June 28, 2011 by Open Road Media. 502 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance, History, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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(He don't want to talk to no cops, but he knows his son didn't kill no wife.) There was some funny business about money: Courtney took thousands out of a joint account to put into her business, StarBaby, a videotaping service for affluent tykes with busy parents who want to cherish every childhoo...

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About her friend Mary Alice's decision to have Thanksgiving dinner catered, Judith notes, ''Naturally, she was not cooking, but, as her third husband, Lance Goldfarb, urologist to the North Shore's best and brightest, was suburbane enough to understand, only first wives cooked.'' ...

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The 20 years between Isaac's bestselling Compromising Positions and this second book to feature amateur sleuth Judith Singer have not affected the author's talent for snappy dialogue and astringent assessments of cant and pretension.

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Judith Singer, the housewife/heroine of COMPROMISING POSITIONS, is back after more than two decades.

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