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    Shirley Conran
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    Chivers North Amer; Large Print edition (November 1, 1992)
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Shirley Conran (born 21 September 1932) is a British novelist and journalist. Published in 1982, her book Lace spent 13 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list, reaching as high as No. 6, and was adapted into a 1980s US miniseries. Her book, Lace, was published by Simon & Schuster and is reported to be the original source for the marketing tag line, "Which one of you bitches is my mother?".

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Elinor O'Dare, successful romance novelist, has made herself quite a substantial fortune with her books. But with vast sums of money comes danger from predators. You can never be too careful of who you trust; any among them could be scheming to make that fortune their own. Which is exactly where we're at in Crimson.

The best bits of the book for me were those with Elinor's husband, Billy O'Dare, being drunk and abusive, or when Adam Grant was on the scene in full-blown villain mode. Frankly, the (non-Adam) love lives of the three sisters didn't interest me much; those plotlines I could have done without. I mean, who wants to read a string of complaints about lack of orgasms? Seriously, that was the focus of life for these women! "I never come; please god, why?"

As another reviewer mentioned, the vehicle for the message that ends the book is rather questionable. Good message, bad way to put it across. Although I do understand where it's coming from. Feminism, making a statement-- it was kind of the way it was done in the old school. We don't do it like that no mo'. Fo' sho'.
This novel, now nearly 20 years old, is a lenghty chronicle of the life of Elinor O'Dare, the fictional romance novelist at the center of the story, along with her best friend and three grandaughters.

I won't cover the plot--you can read Publishers Weekly and Kirkus reviews for the details--but will just mention that one of the key themes is the growth and development of the lead female characters as their lives progress.

The Kirkus review mentions that "Crimson" isn't suspenseful, but I don't think the author, Shirley Conran, necessarily intended it to be that particular style. In my eyes, it is simply a well thought out, boldly told, interesting chronicle of the lives of the five females at the heart of the book. As a solid background to the main story line, Ms Conran includes a rather large sum of historical references which add to the plot's intrigue, beginning around World War I and extending through the end of the book in the late 1960's.

I must say I don't agree with the message relayed to the reader near the very end of the book. I won't discuss the specifics so as not to spoil the surprise for any potential readers, but will just say that seriously bad conduct is both glorified and justified. I think the intention of this aspect is to show the lead character overcoming self-doubt by becoming stronger and wiser, but I feel it is the wrong message to those reading the story who might find themselves in a similar situation in real life.

Having said all that, however, I still think it is a worth the read, especially for fans of the fictional romance genre.