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The Divorce Papers

by Susan Rieger

Hardcover, 461 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $25 |

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A romantic comedy told through emails, letters, transcripts, and articles follows a lively divorce through the eyes of cynical young law associate Sophie Diehl, who represents a humiliated woman throughout a separation from her ambitious doctor husband.

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Reprinted from THE DIVORCE PAPERS by Susan Rieger. Copyright 2014. Published in the United States by Crown, a division of Random House LLC