'Sex and the City' meets Jane Austen in a wickedly funny, razor-sharp novel about the fortunes and misfortunes, expectations and regrets of seven women who shared long-ago summers at an elite Jewish girls’ camp. Anyone who’s ever wondered what happened to the girls in the exclusive cliques of adolescence will delight in 'The J.A.P. Chronicles'. With the wry wit and keen eye and ear of a latter-day Jane Austen, Isabel Rose (herself a scion of a prominent New York family) provides the ultimate insider’s look at the glamorous upper-crust society that even Carrie Bradshaw would give her Jimmy Choos to join. Funny, smart, and ultimately moving, 'The J.A.P. Chronicles' opens a whole new perspective on the girls from the 'best families' and on the money, culture, and expectations that define their lives.