No one writes like Elinor Lipman; her novels are heart-warming, life-affirming, funny, sharp and wise. And in THE WAY MEN ACT she turns her attention to small-town life, and to trying to fall in love when everyone is watching... Melinda is a florist. She doesn't want to be. She never intended to come home to Harrow, Massachusetts and, if she did, she planned to be married with a great job, not single and designing her former classmates' wedding bouquets. What's worse, why does she care so much that her sort-of friend Libby ...

The Way Men Act 2008, Headline Review, London

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The Way Men Act 2000, Sound Library

ISBN-13: 9780792723837

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Way Men ACT 1993, Washington Square Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780671748418

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The Way Men Act 1993, Bantam Books (Transworld Publishers a division of the Random House Group), London

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The Way Men Act 1992, Pocket Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780671748401

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