“Holly Peterson has a keen observer’s eye for the frailties, foibles, and frivolities of present day upper class life among the rich of New York City. She understands her territory well and writes with authority."—Dominick Dunne, author of A Season In Pugatory
"Brisk, crisp, knowing and fun."—Christopher Buckley, author of Thank You for Smoking
“Holly Peterson writes about the rich with acute understanding and a drop-dead eye for detail. The funniest, sexiest ride in the limo lane since The Bonfire of the Vanities.” —Tina Brown, author of The Diana Chronicles
“Money, Manners, Mannys: Holly Peterson’s debut is a fabulously sharp skewering of the silly-rich in New York. Observing a Park Avenue Working Mom falling for The Help had me both touched and tormented with laughter. I couldn’t put it down. We should ALL get a Manny right now."–Plum Sykes, author of Bergdorf Blondes
I leapt on The Manny and devoured it in one sitting. It’s a riveting portrait of millionaires’ life on ‘The Grid’, full of eye-watering details. And it made me instantly want to hire a male nanny…… for me!—Sophie Kinsella, author of Shopaholic & Baby
“Holly Peterson takes us on a locomotive tour through the living rooms of the Upper East Side and the newsrooms of the media elite. The trip is sexy, hilarious, and heart-wrenching.”—Candace Bushnell, author of Sex and the City
From the Hardcover edition.