Reviews

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    'Al and Tipper's daughter is a well-established comedy writer and this, her debut novel is as sparky and well-paced as it is undeniably informed... an unexpectedly individual and authentic comic voice. '

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    The Observer
  • "'Sammy's Washington [is] an electric town full of Machiavellian schemers, principled idealists, backstabbing diplomats, determined romantics, and one intuitive telemarketer. Gore is a child of the Hill, and she knows her town; the result of her light and juicy tale is, for better or worse, an absurd and convincing rendering of everyday life in the political jungle.'"

    O, the Oprah Magazine
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    'Sammy's Hill is a laugh-out-loud literary debut, certain to draw comparisons to Bridget Jones's Diary.'

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    Newsweek
  • "'It shouldn't come as a great surprise that the first novel by Kristin Gore, daughter of Al Gore, is laugh-out-loud funny.'"

    San Francisco Chronicle