Another Side of Paradise
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About the Author
Sally Koslow is the author of Another Side of Paradise, The Late, Lamented Molly Marx; The Widow Waltz; With Friends Like These; and the nonfiction work Slouching Toward Adulthood. Her debut novel, Little Pink Slips, was inspired by her long career as the editor in chief of the iconic magazine, McCall's. Her books have been published in a dozen countries.
"In Another Side of Paradise, Sally Koslow gives us an intimate portrait of a tumultuous love affair that defies tragedy. You will not want to put it down." -- David Gillham, New York Times bestselling author of City of Women
"A stunning, utterly captivating read. Another Side of Paradise delivers an unforgettable portrait of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sheilah Graham, a remarkable couple steeped in all the glamour, romance, and intrigue of old Hollywood. Their wild ride of a love affair is one for the ages!" -- Kathleen Grissom, New York Times bestselling author of The Kitchen House and Glory Over Everything
"Isn't a beautifully written page-turner the ideal read? Well, here it is. I am full of admiration and gratitude for this wonderful novel. Brava, Sally Koslow. I didn't want your fascinating and tender book to end." -- Elinor Lipman, author of On Turpentine Lane and The Inn at Lake Devine
"Koslow's imagined account of the real-life affair between the writer and the seductive expat is captivating." -- People
"This fictional telling of (F. Scott Fitzgerald's) real-life romance is rich in historical detail, celebrity dish, and old-fashioned human drama." -- Good Housekeeping
"Sally Koslow's novel about the romance between legendary gossip columnist Sheilah Graham and F. Scott Fitzgerald is addictive reading. Even if you think you know about her rags-to-riches rise in London and Hollywood, or the couple's relationship, you'll be surprised by the nuance and new details that Another Side of Paradise brings to light." -- Meryl Gordon, New York Times bestselling author of Bunny Mellon: The Life of an American Style Legend
"Looking for something deliciously dishy with a side of wry? This golden age Hollywood novel is your ticket."