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  • Unknown Binding: 242 pages
  • Publisher: National Business Institute (1991)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0006DI4KE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)

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Patricia Scanlan was born in Dublin, where she still lives. Her bestsellers are APARTMENT 3B; FINISHING TOUCHES; FOREIGN AFFAIRS; PROMISES, PROMISES; MIRROR, MIRROR; CITY GIRL; CITY WOMAN; CITY LIVES; FRANCESCA'S PARTY; TWO FOR JOY; DOUBLE WEDDING; DIVIDED LOYALTIES, FORGIVE AND FORGET and WINTER BLESSINGS, a collection of quotes, blessings, poems and reminiscences.

Patricia is the series editor and a contributing author to the Open Door series. She also teaches creative writing to second-level students and is involved in Adult Literacy.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By h.glenister@talk21.com on 12 Jan 2000
Format: Paperback
Having gone through weeks of reading depressingly awful books; i was on the search for something fresh to perk me up, in buying city girl... i certainly found it. The characters were all so different and vibrant, i found myself sharing something with all of them. The plot itself was so deliciously different that i could not bring myself to put the book down even for a moment. Quite awe inspiring .
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Dec 1999
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I only borrowed this book from my wife when I had run out of reading material in Tenerife, but I'm so glad I did. It turned out to be a super story, following the fortunes (and misfortunes) of three women in modern-day Ireland. I found it difficult to put down, and am now half way through devouring the sequel "City Women."
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jg on 4 Sep 2012
Format: Paperback
Good read & it's the first book in a series so if you enjoy it you are bound to want to read the others.
I only read this recently & I did note that it is starting to feel a bit of date. Not really surprising when you realise when it was published & how technology has advanced since then (mobile phones for a start).
However, this didn't spoil my enjoyment of the book & I have the second installment (bought as used via Amazon) ready to go!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Vivienne Kelly on 6 Nov 2011
Format: Paperback
A fan of Irish writers, I particularly enjoy Patricia Scanlan as a natural storyteller. Her books are exciting and very easy to read. City Girl is one of my favourties and I really felt that I got to know the three characters, Davlin, Caroline and Maggie very well as the book progressed. I an now a devoted fan of Scanlan and have read all her books. Wonderful!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nichola on 1 July 2011
Format: Paperback
i have rea many of Patricia's book and this one was no different. brilliant! i love her books and plan on actually reading them over again. i would recommend patricia scanlan to any reader, very well written and always makes you laugh.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ladymoonlight on 25 Oct 2007
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I've only read 1 book of Patricia's and I rated that 5 stars, this was better. It was quicker to get going. Brilliant stuff, I even brought the 2nd book in the series City Woman into work with me today knowing I was going to finish this book on the bus ride into work.

Brilliant
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs Judith D McNamara on 8 Jun 2013
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I made a mistake with City Lives that is the last of the series. This is the first and must be read, they are excellent on their own but read in the series it makes an unmissable set. I love the continuation of the series. BRILLIANT.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ale.80@tin.it on 31 Jan 2000
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City Girl by Patricia Scanlan, the author of Apartment 3B, Foreign Affairs and many others books about love, friendship and inner growth, is her number one best-seller. This book shows a vivid, fresh picture of Dublin society. It is the story of three girls, Devlin, Caroline and Maggie, and the way in which they become women after facing great problems in their lives with the only support of their mutual friendship. Devlin, rich, beautiful spoilt and snob, falls in love with Colin, a married successful doctor, who gets her pregnant and leaves her in trouble. The decision of keeping her baby against Colin and her mother's will changes her life drastically. She starts to stand on her own two feet and she faces poverty for her baby's sake with the only help of her friends. When she looses her aunt and baby in a car accident, for the second time in her life a man, Luke, changes her life positively. He helps her to overcome her depression and makes her feel alive again. When the story begins, Caroline is a fat, shy girl, who is terrified by the idea of "being left on the shelf". Devlin helps her to loose weight and to think more about her own needs. When she meets Richard she decides to marry him not to be alone. Richard only wants a wife to show off at parties. After a while, he starts to be more and more aggressive and to beat her. Caroline turns to alcohol and valium before she finally finds out that her husband is homosexual. She feels that nobody loves her and she thinks that her life is a disaster, but she finally succeeds in becoming her husband's best friend, and in gaining his respect. Maggie is an independent working woman that generously devotes her life to people. Although she works a lot, she travels around the world and has many love affairs.Read more ›
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