As she grieves for Charlie and searches for herself, she comes to realize that she has an opportunity to find something bigger than she had before—maybe even, possibly, love. So much of the fun of writing is connecting with people, and hearing their stories.
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Read more Charlie is Claire’s deceased husband who met his fate when a Giacometti statue fell from a Manhattan window.
A famed writer and sexologist, Charlie was known for his hands-on research methods.
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Her husband, Charlie, is a renowned sexologist and writer.
Charlie’s death leaves Claire with questions, anxiety, and an unfinished manuscript.
Richard is a literary agent; more specifically he was Charlie’s long-suffering agent.
As she grieves for Charlie and searches for herself, she comes to realize that she has an opportunity to find something bigger than she had before—maybe even, possibly, love. —Candace Bushnell Claire Byrne is a quirky and glamorous 34-year-old Manhattanite and the wife of a famous, slightly older man.
Claire's life with Charlie is an always interesting if not deeply devoted one, until Charlie is struck dead one day on the sidewalk by a falling sculpture ... Once a promising young writer, Claire had buried her ambitions to make room for Charlie's. Over the course of a year, she sees a shrink (or two), visits an oracle, hires a "botanomanist," enjoys an erotic interlude (or ten), eats too little, drinks too much, dates a hockey player, dates a billionaire, dates an actor (not any actor either, but the handsome movie star every woman in the world fantasizes about dating).