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Classi Conversations with Gill Paul on “The Manhattan Girls”

February 8 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

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1417 - Conversation with Gill Paul
on her book: The Manhattan Girls. Wed. Feb. 8 @ 4pm.
$ 10.00 + HST
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The Manhattan Girls: A Novel of Dorothy Parker and Her Friends

NEW YORK CITY 1921: The war is over, fashions are daring, and bootleg liquor is abundant. Here four extraordinary women form a bridge group that grows into a firm friendship.

Dorothy Parker: renowned wit, member of the Algonquin Round Table, and more fragile than she seems. Jane Grant: first female reporter for the New York Times, and determined to launch a new magazine she calls The New Yorker. Winifred Lenihan: beautiful and talented Broadway actress, a casting-couch target. And Peggy Leech: magazine assistant by day, brilliant novelist by night.

In this brilliant new novel from the bestselling and acclaimed author of Jackie and Maria and The Secret Wife, readers will fall right into Jazz Age New York and into the inner lives of these groundbreaking, influential women.

Register for draw for a free book!

Gill Paul is the bestselling author of twelve historical novels, many of them about real women from the past whom she thinks have been marginalized or misjudged by historians. Her novels have reached the top of the USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Toronto Globe & Mail charts, and have been translated into twenty-two languages. The Collector’s Daughter (2021) was longlisted for the Historical Writers’ Association Gold Crown and named a Times ‘historical novel of the month’. Her most recent novel, The Manhattan Girls (2022), was reviewed in The Sun as a “sweeping, evocative tale” and in The Book List as “Witty, emotional and intelligent”.

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Date:
February 8
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Cost:
$10.00
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