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White Collar Girl by Renée Rosen
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Nov 03, 2015 | ISBN 9780451474971

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“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

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