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Katherine Pancol: The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles.

Katherine Pancol

The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles

William Rodarmor & Helen Dickinson, tr.

Penguin Books

This tale follows two Parisian sisters, Josephine and iris. Iris, a high-class woman bored with her chic lifestyle, receives a contract to write a historical romance. She convinces her penniless divorcee sister, Josephine, to pen it under her name, promising her the proceeds--a great trade-off until the novel becomes the smash hit of the year.

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Title Annotation:Nota Bene
Publication:World Literature Today
Article Type:Book review
Date:May 1, 2014
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