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The four Ms. Bradwells

a novel

by Meg Waite Clayton

  • 335 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Ballantine Books in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titles4 Ms. Bradwells
StatementMeg Waite Clayton
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3603.L45 F68 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24412153M
ISBN 109780345517081, 9780345524355
LC Control Number2010033479

  Another thing that made THE FOUR MS. BRADWELLS so special was that there was a mystery incorporated into the story. There are quite a few books out there that do a good job with handling the interactions between different generations of women, but I must say that the mystery surrounding the death of a family friend that occurred over 30 years. Nicknamed 'the Ms. Bradwells' during their first class at law school in , the four have supported one another through life's challenges: marriages and divorces, births and deaths, career setbacks and triumphs large and small.

Thirty years ago, Laney, Mia, Betts, and Ginger were roommates and best friends in law school. Collectively nicknamed the Ms. Bradwells by a professor their relationship has weathered marriage, divorce, children, and death, but when Betts's Supreme Court nomination is threatened by questions about the death of a young man at a party they attended decades ago, the /5(44). “Every reader searches for that perfect book: the one that gives you a giddy feeling of anticipation when you think of it waiting for you on your night table. The Four Ms. Bradwells succeeds easily in meeting this mark.”—Woodbury Magazine.

Clayton’s latest novel (The Wednesday Sisters, , etc.) concerns four highly successful women exploring their friendship, along with the secrets they have shared and kept from each other for , Ginger, Laney and Mia graduated from law school in the early s—their eponymous name for themselves refers to an ruling that denied women the right to Author: Meg Waite Clayton. “Every reader searches for that perfect book: the one that gives you a giddy feeling of anticipation when you think of it waiting for you on your night table. The Four Ms. Bradwells succeeds easily in meeting this mark.”—Woodbury Magazine “A stirring and compelling novel about women’s changing roles.”—Booklist.


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The Four Ms. Bradwells was a book I wanted to like but, sadly, fell short of its mark for me. I read through this story of four women on the plane ride to and from California and I deliberately made sure I would have no other distractions and still I had a rough time getting through it/5.

The Four Ms. The four Ms. Bradwells book would make an excellent book club choice as there are so many discussion topics within it: mother/daughter relationships, friendships, marriage, children, issues facing women, violence against women, and so much more/5(81).

The Four Ms. Bradwells would make an excellent book club choice as there are so many discussion topics within it: mother/daughter relationships, friendships, marriage, children, issues facing women, violence against women, and so much more/5(82).

BONUS: This edition contains a The Four Ms. Bradwells discussion guide and excerpts from Meg Waite Clayton's The Wednesday Sisters, The Language of Light, and The Wednesday Daughters. Mia, Laney, Betts, and Ginger have reunited to celebrate Betts’s appointment to the Supreme Court. But when Senate hearings uncover a deeply buried /5(37).

The Four Ms. Bradwells is a book that brings to light the meaning of loyalty and justice. Beyond the intelligent backdrop of four smart lawyers is the running dialogue of a group of friends who, like most people, are trying to make the most of their lives.

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In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the. Nicknamed "the Ms. Bradwells" during their first class at law school inthe four have supported one another through life's challenges: marriages and divorces, births and deaths, career setbacks, and triumphs large and small.

Notes From the Author to the Bookclub Note from author Meg Waite Clayton: Like my last novel, The Wednesday Sisters, The Four Ms. Bradwells is a friendship story, and an exploration of our society’s expectations for women.4/5(2).

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Mia, Laney, Betts, and Ginger have reunited to celebrate Betts’s appointment to the Supreme Court. But when Senate hearings uncover a deeply buried skeleton in the friends’ collective 3/5(36).

BONUS: This edition contains a The Four Ms. Bradwells discussion guide and excerpts from Meg Waite Clayton's The Wednesday Sisters, The Language of Light, and The Wednesday Daughters.

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