The Bride Stripped Bare

Nikki Gemmell (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$14.99
Publisher
Harper Perennial
Publish Date
August 28, 2012
Pages
371
Dimensions
5.22 X 0.99 X 8.0 inches | 0.77 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780060591885
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About the Author

Nikki Gemmell is the international bestselling author of thirteen novels, including The Bride Stripped Bare, and four works of non-fiction, most recently her memoir of her mother's death, After. Her books have been translated in 22 languages.

Reviews

"Superbly executed: suspense, psychodrama, anger, tenderness and terror mingle with the restlessness of a vast, overpowering landscape."--London Times Literary Supplement
"A fierce, white-hot read."--Booklist
"Sexual awakening for the dark horse in us all."--Tatler
"Artful...cannily perceptive...this unusual but strangely compelling novel offers an intimate chronicle of change and self-discovery."--Publishers Weekly
"Simply too beautiful...a mesmerizing and disquieting novel that will deserve to be read again."--Vogue Australia
"The sex is rude and raunchy and exactly where you want it."--Elle
"A powerful novel that does not flinch from strong emotion or description...luminous."--London Times
"One of the few truly original voices to emerge in a long time."--Time Out New York
"An intensely honest look at a woman's inner thoughts and desires."--Dallas Morning News
"Titillating...like an artful striptease, The Bride Stripped Bare ensnares us with its rawness."--San Francisco Chronicle
"A jazzy, nonlinear...narrative style as compelling and exotic as the landscape itself."--Baltimore Sun
"Wonderfully sensuous...witty in its construction...a subtle portrait of a modern marriage."--Independent
"Escapist fiction as its intriguing best. 'The Bride Stripped Bare' is sexy with a capital X."--Jill Davis, author of A Girl's Poker Night
"Unremitting, elegant and dark. I believe every woman should get married at least once, and read this novel twice."--Suzanne Finnamore, author of Otherwise Engaged