Books by Shirley Lord

THE CRASHER by Shirley Lord
Released: April 13, 1998

"But not much."
Novelist Lord (My Sister's Keeper, 1994, etc.), an editor for both Harper's Bazaar and Vogue, uses her access to fashion, journalism, and society to limn the careening ride to love and fame of a young woman with designing ambitions—in a dizzying mix of murder, old-fashioned gumption, and contemporary sleaze. Read full book review >
MY SISTER'S KEEPER by Shirley Lord
Released: Jan. 10, 1994

"Vogue editor Lord's portrait of the beauty business is generally convincing, but her character and plot need development from the foundation up."
The author of Faces (1989), etc., returns with another improbable tale of big bucks and betrayal in the cosmetics industry—all laced with plenty of semi-explicit sex. Read full book review >
FACES by Shirley Lord
Released: March 3, 1989

Lord, author of Golden Hill (1982) and One of My Very Best Friends (1985), returns with a new concoction for popular-fiction fans, this one bubbling so madly over the top that it leaves a real mess on the stove. Read full book review >