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by Beth Gutcheon

Author: Beth Gutcheon
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (May 3, 2005)
Pages: 416 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: lit lrf mobi docx

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Witty, wise, and hope-filled, Five Fortunes is a large-hearted tale of five vivid and unforgettable women who know where they've been but have no idea where they're going. A lively octogenarian.

Can you make a negroni, James?. Certainly, James said proudly. No, why don’t we have champagne? said Rae. It’s a great da. .That’s a fine idea n about to become a citizen, can you explain campaign contribution laws to my mother?. Certainly, said James again. You may contribute one thousand dollars per candidate. You may give up to twenty thousand dollars to a national party committee or five thousand dollars each to any other political committees.

I love Beth Gutcheon's books, and I keep pushing them on my friends. Mostly they have received a cool reception, but I'm not deterred. I LOVED Leeway Cottage.

Witty, wise, and hope-filled, Five Fortunes is a large-hearted tale. I love Beth Gutcheon's books, and I keep pushing them on my friends.

Beth Gutcheon is a best-selling American author, having written 10 novels and two quilting books

Beth Gutcheon is a best-selling American author, having written 10 novels and two quilting books. A graduate of Miss Porter's School in Farmington, Connecticut, Gutcheon went on to study at Harvard University, earning a bachelor of arts with honors in English. In 1973, Gutcheon published her first book, The Perfect Patchwork Primer; two years later came its sequel, The Quilt Design Workbook, written with then-husband, Jeffrey Gutcheon. Both works are considered classics in their field.

Five Fortunes - Beth Gutcheon. For my mother, Rosamound Richardson, who first took Joy and me to Fat Chance when we were too young to need it.

This is the first book I've read by Beth Gutcheon. I really enjoyed it. The story is about 5 women who meet at "fat camp" and the fortunes they are told. The narrative then follows them for the next.

Witty, wise, and hope-filled, Five Fortunes is a large-hearted tale of five vivid and unforgettable women who know where they've been but have no idea where they're going. This is the first book I've read by Beth Gutcheon.

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Witty, wise, and hope-filled, Five Fortunes is a large-hearted tale of five vivid and unforgettable women who know where they've been but have no idea where they're going. A lively octogenarian, a private investigator, a mother and daughter with an unresolved past, and a recently widowed politician's wife share little else except a thirst for new dreams, but after a week at the luxurious health spa known as "Fat Chance" their lives will be intertwined in ways they couldn't have imagined. At a place where doctors, lawyers, spoiled housewives, movie stars, and captains of industry are stripped of the social markers that keep them from really seeing one another, unexpected friendships emerge, reminding us of the close links between the rich and the poor, fortune and misfortune, and the magic of chance.