by Michael Szczerban
The story of the Book Group sounds like the setup for a feel-good comedy directed by Nancy Meyers: Four young women with literary dreams meet in New York at the dawn of their careers. Passionate about books, they become fast friends and professional confidantes. As literary agents, success means long hours, a little self-doubt, and a lot of courage—but they find it, inking deals, launching authors, and building agencies that bear their own names. Finally, fifteen years later, they notice what’s been obvious to the people around them for years: They ought to be in business together.
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