Long Time No See (Mass Market Paperbound)

By Susan Isaacs

HarperTorch, 9780061030437, 496pp.

Publication Date: July 2, 2002



It's been twenty years, and Judith's life has definitely changed. Now a history professor and a widow, she hasn't seen Nelson Sharpe of the Nassau County Police Department in all that time. But she still can't get her one-time lover out of her head. Her life takes an unexpected turn, however, when former investment banker turned suburban mommy extraordinaire Courtney Logan vanishes from Long Island into thin air.

Everyone suspects husband, Greg, the darkly handsome son of flashy Long Island mobster Fancy Phil Lowenstein. Ever the good neighbor, Judith offers her services to Greg, but he shows her the door, thinking she's just a nut. His father, however, isn't so sure -- he just may have other plans for the wily Judith...

Praise For Long Time No See

“Isaacs delivers witty, wicked satire from begining to end.”
-Entertainment Weekly on Isaac's previous work

“Murder, sex, and humor make for a wickedly entertaining combination.”
-People on Isaac's previous work

“A big, fat, happy feast of a book…[She] is both funny and piercing, a highly satisfying combination.”
-New York Time Book Review

"Isaacs does it again: skewering the pretensions of upscale suburbanites and in a tender, funny romance."
-Kirkus *Starred Review*

"Hilarious satire of suburbia"
-People magazine

"LONG TIME NO SEE will delight her many readers."
-Library Journal

A gripping plot and plenty of tart humor make this sequel every bit as entertaining as its predecessor.

"Jam-packed with wry observations and Judith's entertaining foibles, [LONG TIME NO SEE] is good fun."
-The Boston Globe

“A big, fat, happy feast of a book…[Isaacs’] most confident and appealing.”
-New York Times Book Review on RED WHITE AND BLUE

“It’s nice to take refuge in a mystery that entertains rather than chills you to the bone.”
-Rocky Mountain News

“Isaacs’ pitch is perfect.”
-New York Times Book Review

“Isaacs is a shrewd and witty observer of contemporary life.”
-Sun-Sentinel [South Florida]