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Been There, Done That

Berkley Trade, August 2006

Plenty of thirtysomething women would be thrilled to look like a teenager. But journalist Kathy Hopkin’s youthful appearance is forcing her into an undercover assignment she could do without: posing as a college freshman to get an expose on a secret prostitution ring. Now, Kathy’s got the chance to do it all over again. Hopefully things will go better the second time around.

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“Snow’s humorous, wise debut serves up romance with a bit of social commentary on the state of singledom and the benefits of maturity in a youth- and romance-obsessed society.” —Publishers Weekly

"Carol Snow dares to explore some "what ifs" of college life in a novel full of zany adventures, reflecting the wisdom of an adult revisiting the past and trying not to make the same mistakes. The author's subtle digs at ethics in journalism are right on target for her character's development, but this story has plenty of surprises. BEEN THERE, DONE THAT is insightful and fun, with a hint of mystery and romance."  Fresh Fiction


Mass-market paperback edition (Berkley, Sept. 2011)

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