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One Fifth Avenue Paperback – Bargain Price, June 2, 2009
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Mindy Gooch and her journalist husband James are not of the same type of breeding as the rest of the One Fifth Avenue residents; thus the reason Mindy spends so much time trying to stop each and every idea they try to implement. And as the head of the board, Mindy has the ability to put up a good fight; but not good enough.
When Louise Houghton, a true Queen of New York Society passes on, leaving a vacant apartment within One Fifth, Mindy wants nothing more than to scoop it up; but alas, she lacks the funds. Hedge-funder Paul Rice and his beautiful, if not slightly plain, attorney wife Annalisa, on the other hand, are quite well-endowed. For them, $15 million dollars is pocket change; and so, they invest in the swankiest apartment in the building. Mindy could not be more pleased; after all, if she can't have it, the highest bidder should.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very funny, a quick read once you have the characters down.Published 3 months ago by Polar Bear Dipper
Not my favorite. I feel the characters don't live realistic lives, which I think is what Bushnell meant to write. Read morePublished 7 months ago by skychirp
Read it if you have time to spare, if not don't even bother to start reading. You will have a few sleepless nights because the story is so interesting to keep you awake. Read morePublished 9 months ago by cy
A throwback to the good old days in New York. I loved the relationship between Billy and Annalisa. Great entertainment from a fun era in NYC.Published 9 months ago by JaneWhite
NYC snobbery and entitled rich people fill the pages. I thought the story was rather well done and made for a fairly absorbing story. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Frosty
THIS BOOK HAD MORE SURPRISES THAN I WAS EXPECTING. I'M SORT OF A SLOW READER BUT WAS ANXIOUS TO GET BACK TO IT AS SOON AS I COULD. LIKED IT BETTER THAN SOME OF HER OTHER BOOKS. Read morePublished 11 months ago by ANN G.
Surprisingly insightful and even deep on occasion. I read Bushnell's books as a guilty pleasure, and while this book includes all of the catty, shallow NYC drama that I love, this... Read morePublished 11 months ago by LG