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Scruples is the novel that created publishing history, the first-and widely acknowledged to be the very best-novel ever written about the staggeringly luxurious life of a Beverly Hills boutique and the people who work in it. Scruples was translated into twenty languages and made Rodeo Drive famous around the world. The New York Post said that "Scruples was born to be a smash bestseller. . . It has more inside information about the worlds of high fashion and Hollywood than you'd find in a dozen manuals." With Scruples, Judith Krantz earned her reputation as a blazingly talented and original storyteller. she takes her readers behind the scenes of wealthy and fame to show them the real people and the real emotions that exist at the core of even the most high-powered lives. Scruples is the leader of her #1 best-selling novels.
"Judith Krantz writes with obvious authority."--John Barkham Reviews
This is a Long book, so would be a good when the days are long and boring. Ending is unexciting. Gave it 4 stars because it is a classic.Published 21 days ago by R. M. Voss
I first read this as a young teen thanks to my mom leaving it laying out. I learned a lot including things I never would have imagined possible.
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Not as good a read now as it was in the 80's. But still a good story.Published 1 month ago by R. Northcut
I LOVE this book, but the electronic version is awful. So many typos and missing sentences that I had to keep checking my battered paperback to see what I was missing.Published 2 months ago by Nicole K.
Read it years ago, wasn't impressed then and hasn't improved with age. I do like it better than most of her later novels. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jo Anne
Haven't read the Amy Tan book but read her last book. Expect it to be great. Barbara A. PattersonPublished 3 months ago by Barbara A. Patterson
It's cheesy as hell, but there's a reason it was a best-seller in the day. Want to know what kids fantasized about during the pre-AIDS/promiscuity days of the 70's? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wendy