This columnist, writing for the Allentown Messenger-Press, who admits to being "a voracious reader, running a book group and working in the library," wryly observes of Bergdorf Blondes:
The characters were — to borrow a phrase from Sykes herself — absolutely "beyond" and not in a good way. The writing was done, I believe, on scraps of napkins from Starbucks and tickets from dry cleaners on the Upper East Side.
I think this an example of that small-town graciousness that people are always talking about, because she's really being kind in that description.


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