Books By Sherry Halperin

Meet The Author

Sherry Halperin was born and raised in Beacon, New York. As a teen, she studied at the Dramatic Workshop in New York City and spent five summers at Cecilwood Theatre in Fishkill, New York as a summer stock apprentice alongside such notables as Barbra Streisand, Dustin Hoffman and Peter Fonda. She went West for College and received her degree from the Pasadena Playhouse College of Fine Arts with a major in directing.

Mistress Molly

Molly Shapiro is having a crisis. She had been a faithful wife and mother for fifty years but now, with her husband dead and her lawyer son entrenched with his own family, she wants to make …

Just Call Me Lady

Take an average looking thirty-two-year-old woman, an Internet typing blunder, a group of doting gay man, a social climbing gorgeous Latin and a humble British photographer and …

Rescue Me

When Sherry Halperin lost her husband at age fifty-one, she wondered if she could ever date again, much less find love. But on her first date a year later, she felt surprisingly invigorated …

Book Reviews

Here are some selected reviews for the books listed above, more reviews are shown in their respective pages.

“Rescue Me is funny, realistic, and inspiring. It’s the perfect companion for any woman over fifty who’s reentering the dating world. Its brief, vivid chapters provide food for thought about life, love, and self-knowledge for all woman, married or single, of any age.”
Nancy Thayer, author of The Hot Flash Club series.
“Rescue Me reads like a thriller. It’s funny, poignant, horrifying, and inspirational, with the perfect –and perfectly unexpected – happy ending.”
Harley Jane Kozak, Agatha Award winning author of Dating Dead Men and Dating Is Murder
“Sherry Halperin is a master storyteller. This funny, poignant tale of friendship, romance, and self-discovery is a joy to read. Artfully woven into this fantasy of becoming a “Lady” is the essence of transformational self-acceptance. Ms. Halperin offers a deep appreciation and understanding of a woman’s experience as she searches for happiness and to find contentment in herself.”
Dale Atkins, PhD, Psychologist, Author, frequent guest expert on The Today Show.
“What a delightful read! Sherry Halperin’s heroine exuberantly seizes a chance at experiencing the glamourous life of royalty and discovers, braving innumerable obstacles and challenges, the veracity of the adage “be careful what you wish for.” This adventurous and humorous escapade subtly guides our heroine through a captivating journey of self-exploration, evaluation of life values and the real meaning of love. Great fun.
Emily Perl Kingsley, Former Sesame Street writer and multiple Emmy Award winner

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