15.21 Renee Rose White Collar Girl

ISBN 13: 9780451474971

White Collar Girl

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Praise for "White Collar Girl"
""White Collar Girl "is an unforgettable novel about an ambitious woman's struggle to break into the male dominated newspaper world of the 1950s." Sara Gruen, New York Times Bestselling Author of "Water for Elephants" and "At the Water's Edge"
Praise for "What the Lady Wants"
"Rosen skillfully charms, fascinates, frustrates, and moves her readers in this turn-of-the-century tale. Set on an epic historical stage, "What the Lady Wants" contains all of the hedonism, decadence, success, and tragedy of the great American novel."-- Erika Robuck, national bestselling author of "The House of Hawthorne"
""What the Lady Wants" is a story that opens with the Great Chicago Fire and keeps on smoldering to the end. Rosen's characters are finely drawn, and her love triangles are full of subtlety and sincerity. What the lady indeed wants may not be what you assume it to be!"--Suzanne Rindell, author of "The Other Typist"
Praise for "Dollface"
..".more than your average gangster noir. Those interested in novels set in the 1920s and all things Gatsby will not be disappointed.""--Library Journal "(Starred Review)
"Renee Rosen has combined her daring and vivid imagination with the rich history of Prohibition-era Chicago."--Karen Abbott, New York Times Bestselling author of" Sin in the Second City"

Praise for "White Collar Girl"
""White Collar Girl "is an unforgettable novel about an ambitious woman's struggle to break into the male dominated newspaper world of the 1950s." Sara Gruen, New York Times Bestselling Author of "Water for Elephants" and "At the Water's Edge"
Praise for "What the Lady Wants"
"Rosen skillfully charms, fascinates, frustrates, and moves her readers in this turn-of-the-century tale. Set on an epic historical stage, "What the Lady Wants" contains all of the hedonism, decadence, success, and tragedy of the great American novel."-- Erika Robuck, national bestselling author of "The House of Hawthorne"
""What the Lady Wants" is a story that opens with the Great Chicago Fire and keeps on smoldering to the end. Rosen's characters are finely drawn, and her love triangles are full of subtlety and sincerity. What the lady indeed wants may not be what you assume it to be!"--Suzanne Rindell, author of "The Other Typist"
Praise for "Dollface"
..".more than your average gangster noir. Those interested in novels set in the 1920s and all things Gatsby will not be disappointed.""--Library Journal "(Starred Review)
"Renee Rosen has combined her daring and vivid imagination with the rich history of Prohibition-era Chicago."--Karen Abbott, New York Times Bestselling author of" Sin in the Second City"

Praise for "White Collar Girl"
"White Collar Girl "is an unforgettable novel about an ambitious woman s struggle to break into the male dominated newspaper world of the 1950s. Sara Gruen, New York Times Bestselling Author of "Water for Elephants" and "At the Water's Edge"
Praise for "What the Lady Wants"
Rosen skillfully charms, fascinates, frustrates, and moves her readers in this turn-of-the-century tale. Set on an epic historical stage, "What the Lady Wants" contains all of the hedonism, decadence, success, and tragedy of the great American novel. Erika Robuck, national bestselling author of "The House of Hawthorne"
"What the Lady Wants" is a story that opens with the Great Chicago Fire and keeps on smoldering to the end. Rosen s characters are finely drawn, and her love triangles are full of subtlety and sincerity. What the lady indeed wants may not be what you assume it to be! Suzanne Rindell, author of "The Other Typist"
Praise for "Dollface"
more than your average gangster noir. Those interested in novels set in the 1920s and all things Gatsby will not be disappointed."" Library Journal "(Starred Review)
Renee Rosen has combined her daring and vivid imagination with the rich history of Prohibition-era Chicago. Karen Abbott, New York Times Bestselling author of" Sin in the Second City""

Praise for "White Collar Girl"
A compelling story of one woman s guts and determination to make it as a reporter in the fast-talking, hard-drinking, and down and dirty male culture of 1950s journalism. Impeccable storytelling makes "White Collar Girl" as insightful as it is exciting. Shelley Noble, "New York Times "bestselling author of "Whisper Beach"
"White Collar Girl "is an unforgettable novel about an ambitious woman s struggle to break into the male dominated newspaper world of the 1950s. Sara Gruen, New York Times bestselling author of "Water for Elephants" and "At the Water's Edge"
Praise for "What the Lady Wants"
Rosen skillfully charms, fascinates, frustrates, and moves her readers in this turn-of-the-century tale. Set on an epic historical stage, "What the Lady Wants" contains all of the hedonism, decadence, success, and tragedy of the great American novel. Erika Robuck, national bestselling author of "The House of Hawthorne"
"What the Lady Wants" is a story that opens with the Great Chicago Fire and keeps on smoldering to the end. Rosen s characters are finely drawn, and her love triangles are full of subtlety and sincerity. What the lady indeed wants may not be what you assume it to be! Suzanne Rindell, author of "The Other Typist"
Praise for "Dollface"
More than your average gangster noir. Those interested in novels set in the 1920s and all things Gatsby will not be disappointed."" Library Journal "(Starred Review)
Renee Rosen has combined her daring and vivid imagination with the rich history of Prohibition-era Chicago. Karen Abbott, "New York Times" bestselling author of" Sin in the Second City""

An unforgettable novel about an ambitious woman s struggle to break into the male dominated newspaper world of the 1950s. Sara Gruen, "New York Times" bestselling author of "At the Water s Edge"
""White Collar Girl" has it all a plucky girl reporter, a colorful cast of newsroom characters, a gripping mystery, and best of all, a terrific depiction of 1950s. Melanie Benjamin, "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Aviator's Wife"
A thoroughly enjoyable dive into 1950s Chicago Part historical drama, part mystery, part romance, and all cleverly told. An intriguing page-turner! Susan Meissner, author of "Secrets of a Charmed Life"
This story had me from the first sentence With spare, elegant sentences, Rosen plants the reader in the middle of mid-century politics and family tragedy. Jeanne Mackin, author of "The Beautiful American"
"With verve, pace and style, "White Collar Girl" conjures a world you will not want to leave. Priya Parmar, author of "Vanessa and Her Sister "
Impeccable storytelling makes "White Collar Girl "as insightful as it is exciting." Shelley Noble, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Whisper Beach"
Rosen does it again in this lively and engaging novel, reviving the lost world of newspapers. With delicious details and stylish prose, "White Collar Girl" explores the heart of a strong, ambitious reporter who struggles to be taken seriously as a career woman. The 1950s American milieu is served with a side of complex family dynamics and stories literally ripped from history's headlines. Refreshingly no-nonsense women's fiction! Stephanie Dray, bestselling author of "America s First Daughter"
""
Informed by interviews with the real-life journalists of the era and brimming with historical detail, Rosen s tale zooms Walsh through a combination of investigative derringdo, a family tragedy, and various romantic complications. "White Collar Girl" is a riveting read, both as a trip back to the misogynistic workplaces of the Mad Men era and as an enjoyable look at a scrappy street reporter doing her work. "Booklist""

An unforgettable novel about an ambitious woman s struggle to break into the male dominated newspaper world of the 1950s. Sara Gruen, "New York Times"bestselling author of"At the Water s Edge"
""White Collar Girl"has it all a plucky girl reporter, a colorful cast of newsroom characters, a gripping mystery, and best of all, a terrific depiction of 1950s. Melanie Benjamin, "New York Times"bestselling author of"The Aviator's Wife"
A thoroughly enjoyable dive into 1950s Chicago Part historical drama, part mystery, part romance, and all cleverly told. An intriguing page-turner! Susan Meissner, author of"Secrets of a Charmed Life"
This story had me from the first sentence With spare, elegant sentences, Rosen plants the reader in the middle of mid-century politics and family tragedy. Jeanne Mackin, author of"The Beautiful American"
"With verve, pace and style, "White Collar Girl"conjures a world you will not want to leave. Priya Parmar, author of"Vanessa and Her Sister"
Impeccable storytelling makes"White Collar Girl"as insightful as it is exciting." Shelley Noble, "New York Times"bestselling author of"Whisper Beach"
Rosen does it again in this lively and engaging novel Refreshingly no-nonsense women's fiction! Stephanie Dray, bestselling author of"America s First Daughter"
""
A riveting read, both as a trip back to the misogynistic workplaces of the "Mad Men" era and as an enjoyable look at a scrappy street reporter doing her work. "Booklist"
""
An entertaining and transportive page-turner. "Publishers Weekly""

Reseña del editor:

The latest novel from the bestselling author of "Dollface" and "What the Lady Wants" takes us deep into the tumultuous world of 1950s Chicago where a female journalist struggles with the heavy price of ambition...
Every second of every day, something is happening. There s a story out there buried in the muck, and Jordan Walsh, coming from a family of esteemed reporters, wants to be the one to dig it up. But it s 1955, and the men who dominate the city room of the Chicago Tribune have no interest in making room for a female cub reporter. Instead Jordan is relegated to society news, reporting on Marilyn Monroe sightings at the Pump Room and interviewing secretaries for the "White Collar Girl" column.
Even with her journalistic legacy and connections to luminaries like Mike Royko, Nelson Algren, and Ernest Hemingway, Jordan struggles to be taken seriously. Of course, that all changes the moment she establishes a secret source inside Mayor Daley s office and gets her hands on some confidential information. Now careers and lives are hanging on Jordan s every word. But if she succeeds in landing her stories on the front page, there s no guarantee she ll remain above the fold. "

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