Books by Janice Kaplan

Released: Aug. 18, 2015

"Simple, effective procedures that can be easily incorporated into even the busiest lifestyle."
How a year of being thankful led to big changes in a woman's life. Read full book review >
LOOKS TO DIE FOR by Janice Kaplan
Released: Feb. 13, 2007

"There's an actual mystery buried deep in the bowels of this Perils-of-Pauline-in-Prada for those as determined as Lacy to find it."
Kaplan (The Botox Diaries, 2004, etc.) introduces an interior decorator who risks her life and drops a slew of brand names en route to clearing her plastic-surgeon husband of murder. Read full book review >
THE BOTOX DIARIES by Janice Kaplan
Released: June 1, 2004

"Ho-hum debut supposedly set in Manhattan—the place names and designer brands are right—but totally lacking in attitude, hustle, and flavor."
Forty-plus and loving it—well, sort of. Read full book review >
WILD NIGHTS by Janice Kaplan
Released: Oct. 1, 1991

Titans of the Television, Rock Music, and Real Estate universes collide and a perfect marriage is revealed to have been (pick one): a hollow shell, an illusion, an impossible fantasy, too wonderful to last. Read full book review >
A MORNING AFFAIR by Janice Kaplan
Released: May 26, 1989

Here, Kaplan (author of the nonfiction Women and Sports, 1979; and mass-market YA romances) offers a vacuous-even-for-the-genre glitter novel about a glamorous TV reporter who hits the big time in N.Y.C. One reason why Barbie-doll heroine Jackie Rogers is so unbelievable is that author Kaplan insists on giving her such pretensions—the 27-year-old Rogers is a Radcliffe grad who reads Kierkegaard and Stendhal, knows her Jasper Johns, and can recognize obscure German filmmakers at 30 feet way in poorly lit cafes. Read full book review >