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MERMAIDS IN THE BASEMENT
by Michael Lee West

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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West's latest sparkles with wit and charm as it takes the reader on an emotional roller-coaster ride that's scintillating and mesmerizing. Readers will adore protagonist Renata, a tough yet tender woman who rediscovers her family when her relationship with her boyfriend seems to hit a roadblock.

Renata DeChavannes returns to her family's home in Alabama when she loses her job as a screenwriter
and sees tabloid photos of her actor boyfriend with another woman.

Renata re-establishes her relationship with her father, a man she has rarely seen since her parents' divorce. She does her best to get along with him, even as he prepares to wed a flighty, much younger woman. And through it all, Renata discovers that
she must take charge of her own life
if she doesn't want to lose the one
man that truly matters to her. (Harper, Jan., 304 pp., $23.95)

Reviewed By: Sheri Melnick

Publisher: Harper

Published: January 2008

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