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YA?Fielding's novelistic version of "Ten Stupid Things Women Do to Mess Up Their Lives" is almost a send-up of topics heard on advice shows. The heroine, a professional family counselor, has the hots for her old high school flame even though she is happily married to a wonderful, caring guy. She refuses to see that her mother is becoming senile and her teenage daughter is rebelling; in addition, her airhead sister marries an imprisoned serial killer to whom she becomes attracted while attending his trial. Once the tabloids move on from this sensational story, Sis helps her killer husband escape from prison only to become his ultimate victim. The desire to wring all of the characters' silly necks is strong, but the author does it first, while at the same time pointing out their motivations for being so foolish. Despite possible disgust with these women's behavior, readers will find that Fielding's writing keeps them turning the pages, and good sense prevails in the end.?Judy McAloon, Potomac Library, Prince William County, VA
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Kate Sinclair has problems: her sister is marrying a man accused of serial murder, she can't handle her rebellious daughter or addled mother, and a slick talker on whom she had a crush in high school has just reappeared. It's enough to send Kate to the therapist's couch?if she weren't already a therapist. Expect hard-hitting promotion for this new novel from the author of See Jane Run (LJ 3/15/91).
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book as ok. Very hard to get through. Found it quite boring until the end. Wish it had more suspense.Published on March 18 2013 by A
I disagree with someone else's opinion that the story is too absurd. Yes, the main character's family is anything but stable... Read morePublished on Dec 7 2007 by Babbara
The premise for this book is so absurd I can hardly believe there was a story to go with it. After reading Fielding's 5 star GRAND AVENUE, I wanted to read everything she has... Read morePublished on April 23 2002 by Denise Bentley
Although this story was a tad implausible, it held my interest. Psychiatrist Kate Sinclair is a master at helping strangers straighten out their issues, but she has quite a few on... Read morePublished on Aug. 15 2000 by BeatleBangs1964
I really enjoyed this book and couldn't put it down. Held my attention to the very end. Sure, the lead character is a therapist, but she is also human. Read morePublished on Aug. 6 2000 by Paula Emeigh
Missing Pieces is a light and predictable suspense novel. The characters are mostly stereotypes. We have Kate, the family therapist, whose own family is falling apart and who is... Read morePublished on July 3 2000 by HH
When I was looking for some good books of suspense on my usual bookshop, I never imagined I was going to buy the best suspense book I've ever read. Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2000 by Marco Aurelio
The story itself wasn't as interesting as its title was. It is mainly about a family therapist, Kate Sinclair, who struggles with her defiant teenage daughter, her stepsister who... Read morePublished on Jan. 10 2000