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A Field Guide to Burying Your Parentsav Liza Palmer81
There are times when we'd all like to disown our family. But when the going got tough, Grace did it for real, leaving her family and even her lover behind. With a lovely house, a new boyfriend and her family safely tucked in the past, everything seems perfect. Until Grace discovers that her estranged father is dying. Now she must decide whether to stay in her cosy new world, or return to face the wrath of her abandoned siblings and the wiles of an evil stepmother . . . A FIELD GUIDE TO BURYING YOUR PARENTS is a heartbreakingly funny story about life, loss and what it really means to come home.
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Engaging and poignant and heartbreakingly real, Liza Palmer's tale of best friends, true love and just what size happily-ever-after wears is a winning conversation * Jennifer Weiner on CONVERSATIONS WITH THE FAT GIRL * Liza Palmer is definitely one of my new favorite writers! * Meg Cabot * Slick and highly readable * <i>Elle</i> on CONVERSATIONS WITH THE FAT GIRL * A subtly sophisticated romance that outclasses most of the genre's other offerings... If it sounds chick litty, it is, but consider it haute chick lit. Palmer's prose is sharp, her characters are solid and her narrative is laced with moments of graceful sentiment * <i>Publisher's Weekly</i> on SEEING ME NAKED * 'Pardon the pun, but CONVERSATIONS WITH THE FAT GIRL is far from lightweight. Its message about self image and the power of attitude in making positive change is delivered in a snappy fashion. In a word: genuine.' * <i>Herald Sun</i> * Smart, funny and heartbreakingly honest. * Johanna Edwards, bestselling author of THE NEXT BEST THING *
Liza Palmer lives in Pasadena, with her dog, Poet. She has written two plays that were performed in Los Angeles and is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts-West.