Night Swimming by Robin Schwarz

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In the bestselling tradition of "Good in Bed," and "She's Come Undone," comes a charming romantic comedy about a woman who flees a life and a body she doesn't want, and finds love and her true self in the process.
 

About Robin Schwarz

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Schwarz is a creative director/writer for the New York City advertising firm Kaplan Thaler Group. She has an MFA in poetry from Columbia.
 
Published February 28, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 352 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After taking in the sights—Grauman’s Chinese, the La Brea Tar Pits, etc.—she spends endless lazy hours basking by the pool, splashing in the pool (where she feels blissfully weightless and free) and strikes up a friendship with Skip, the pool guy.

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Miraculously, her daring life change is rewarded by unintentional weight loss—fortunate, because Skip, the pool boy at her luxury apartment complex, is a blonde Adonis (and a former lawyer), and Charlotte (now calling herself Blossom McBeal) plans to sit in a kimono by the pool, hoping desperatel...

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Book Reporter

NIGHT SWIMMING is the debut novel of Robin Schwarz, a New York City advertising firm executive.

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California Literary Review

If you haven’t read Night Swimming yet, READ IT!

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