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Female Intelligence

by Jane Heller

Female Intelligence by Jane Heller
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  • First Published:
    Apr 2001, 336 pages
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    Feb 2002, 336 pages

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Fel (01/23/05)

I found this book thoroughly enjoyable, but not extremely fast paced. I recommend it if you want a laug because, overall, it's funny and easy to relate to.
jeni dela cruz (11/09/04)

i'm a jane heller fan. from cha cha cha to the club, infernal affairs, princess charming and now to this. fun, fun, fun. laugh-out-loud book.
Anonymous (07/01/04)

This was the first Jane Heller book that I have read. I found it hilarious, insightful, and very well-written. If you're like me, and have a limited amount of time to read, but really need some outlet for pure enjoyment, pick up this book !
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