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Author:
Helen Van Slyke
ISBN13:
978-0446312660
ISBN:
0446312665
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Publisher:
Warner Books; 4th Printing edition (October 1983)
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Van Slyke's "A Necessary Woman" is, like her other books I've read, a soap opera on paper.

Van Slyke's "A Necessary Woman" is, like her other books I've read, a soap opera on paper. Her books always follow the same formula: 1) Characters got problems. Helen Van Slyke sembra in grado di anticipare ogni pensiero e ogni sensazione che i suoi personaggi suscitano: anticipa le nostre proteste, facendo rispondere ai nostri dubbi quegli stessi personaggi che vivono solo tra le pagine stampate di 'Una Donna Necessaria'. E così, accompagnamo Mary, Jayne, ma anche Michael, Patricia, Gayl, Christoper, Terry e Paula in questa crociera, con tutti i cambiamenti che questi due mesi di mare portano nella vita di queste persone.

Helen Van Slyke: 3 Complete Novels - A Necessary Woman; Sisters and Strangers; Always Is Not Forever Hardcover. Before there was Danielle Steel and Barbara Taylor Bradford, there was Helen Van Slyke. A cosmetics and fashion company executive in her early career, she had her first novel published by Doubleday when she was in her fifties. She followed that with a string of international best-selling novels with strong women as protagonists. Each heroine must go on her own journey for happiness. These books won her a popular following among millions of readers.

A Necessary Woman Quotes Showing 1-2 of 2. Te lo giuro, saremo le persone più indecentemente felici di questo mondo ― Helen Van Slyke, A Necessary Woman. Non tutto ha importanza nello stesso modo ― Helen Van Slyke, A Necessary Woman.

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Helen Van Slyke, three complete novels, Random House Value Pu.

Helen Van Slyke, three complete novels, Random House Value Pub. People, Play, Blood. I should coldly, clinically think of myself and stop worrying about other people, as though I'm a necessary woman, indispensable to their happiness and well-being. Self-preservation is the first law. I must start trying to obey the law. Helen Van Slyke. Helen Van Slyke (1988). Helen Van Slyke, three complete novels, Random House Value Pub. Thinking, Self, Law.

Discover Helen Van Slyke famous and rare quotes. 0 Copy quote. Mail from home was so important when you were traveling. It kept you in touch with the familiar, even the part you were running from. Running, Travel, Home. 2 Copy quote.

Her previous book, A Necessary Woman, vas . Helen Lenore Van Slyke was born in Washington on July 9, 1919.

Her previous book, A Necessary Woman, vas published by Doubleday & Company in April and has appeared on bestseller liSts for the last seven weeks. Her novels have sold more than six million copies. Mrs. Van Slyke's realistic yet romantic stories were about middleaged, uncertain and independent women. She did not attend college. After leaving The Star, Mrs. Van Slyke held a string of executive jobs.

Helen Van Slyke, American novelist. Recipient Today’s Woman award, 1977. Member Fashion Group (international president 1966-1967), American Federation television and Radio Artists

Helen Van Slyke, American novelist. Member Fashion Group (international president 1966-1967), American Federation television and Radio Artists. Slyke, Helen Van was born on July 9, 1919 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Frederic Vogt and Lenore Vogt (Lyon).

Find nearly any book by HELEN VAN SLYKE. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Coauthors & Alternates. Helen Van. Learn More at LibraryThing. HELEN VAN SLYKE at LibraryThing.

  • The writing style is proving too tedious to slog through. Really wanted to steep myself in a sweeping saga, but this one isn't it. Find myself flipping through and past whole passages because of the tedious amount of verbiage.

  • Enjoyed the people were
    Very believable some I disliked a lot some
    I liked a lot some felt sorry for

  • When I read this book 30 years ago I was a starry eyed teenager. I did not think that it would have the same affect as it did all those years ago. Yet I was captivated by Mary being on a cruise ship for 69 days and falling in love and it not being just a shipboard romance. It is a must read if you ever love to read Helen Van Slyke.

  • This is one of the best written books I rad in many years. I wish she was still with us and writing.

  • Loved the book, but read it years ago. I read all Helen Van Slyke's books and miss her as an author.

  • romance and ilusion is always a good theme in a novel.Every book that I read I can learn all the time.L