Confessions of a Shopaholic Setting & Symbolism

Madeleine Wickham
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Successful Saving

The magazine where Becky Bloomwood is a financial journalist.

Denny and George

The specialty shop where Becky buys a scarf after borrowing money from Luke Brandon.

Endwich Bank

The bank that handles Becky's overdraft account, overseen by Derek Smeath.

Bristol University

The university which Becky attended.

Brandon Communications

The public relations company founded and operated by Luke Brandon.

Controlling Your Cash

A book by David E. Barton that Becky reads with the hopes of learning to control her spending.

Flagstaff Life

The investment company that Becky's neighbors, Martin and Janice Webster, have invested with for many years. The Webster's are encouraged to change their investment plan, and as a result they lose out on quite a bit of money.

Morning Coffee

The television show that Becky appears on with Luke Brandon to discuss the Flagstaff Life issues. Becky is hired on as a regular to discuss...

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