All the Single Ladies by Dorothea Benton Frank

Lisa St. Clair is a nurse in a senior living facility where her favorite patient, Kathy Harper, has just died.  Lisa develops a friendship with Kathy’s friends, Suzanne and Carrie, that begins with their shared loss, but continues due to their commonalities; all are women of a certain age not looking for love, but trying to deal with the specific challenges they each face.  Lisa’s daughter isn’t speaking to her and in involved in a business that mom doesn’t approve of but is not only condoned, but encouraged by her dad, Lisa’s ex.  Carrie and Suzanne have different issues but the women are further drawn together trying to learn who Kathy Harper really was. 

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