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by Susan Rieger
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Danni Mae
Danni Mae rated it 5 years ago
Review also on DanniMae.com (which is why it's so personal).The Divorce Papers was a book that immediately interested me and I was so excited to find out it was on Camellia! It was the first book I started on the Bout of Books Read-a-Thon… annnnd… yeah. Here I am, reviewing it two weeks later. Needl...
Denise rated it 6 years ago
You shouldn't play these games with me; I'm better at them than you. Here's the current plan. I'm going to have my answer delivered (wrapped around a dead fish) at the annual Ped/Onc meeting next month, by the High Sheriff of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, all decked out in his dress whites. (My...
Literary Marie's Precision Reviews
Literary Marie's Precision Reviews rated it 7 years ago
Sophie Diehl is a 29-year-old criminal law attorney that is used to clients behind bars. With all the big partners out of town, Sophie is assigned to handle the intake interview for divorcee Mia Meiklejohn Durkheim, Mayflower descendant and daughter of the firm's most important client. Sophie warns ...
Memories From Books on Booklikes
Memories From Books on Booklikes rated it 7 years ago
The Divorce Papers tells a story through the official documents - affidavits, court papers, interview transcripts - and the correspondence - emails, memos, letters - associated with a divorce case. It is the story of the heartbreak when a marriage ends. It is the story of the intrigues and politics ...
katiewilkins186 rated it 7 years ago
Although I was a bit uncertain about picking up a book that included “legal papers”, I enjoy the epistolary style and couldn’t say no to this interesting new way of writing about relationships. I’ll tell you right now – picking this up was the right choice! The only thing I didn’t like about the for...
Sister Mary Murderous
Sister Mary Murderous rated it 7 years ago
Sophie Diehl is a graduate of Yale Law School and an associate practicing criminal law with a small but prestigious firm in the fictional town of New Salem in the also fictional state of Narragansett. When Mia Meiklejohn, the daughter of one of the firm's most important clients, is served with divor...
That's What She Read
That's What She Read rated it 7 years ago
The format of The Divorce Papers takes some adjustment time. Some of the documents are only a few lines long, while the others take multiple pages. The narrative waffles between dry legalese to witty flirtation to workplace politics. Each format uses a distinctive tone, and switching between them al...
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