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Chelsea Girls by Fiona Davis

Chelsea Girls by Fiona Davis

April 17, 2019 7:47 am By Leave your thoughts

Chelsea Girls, Fiona Davis, Random House - The historical novel, “Chelsea Girls,” verifies the old adage that history repeats itself. Fiona Davis’ drama unfolds during McCarthyism when entertainers living in the New York Chelsea Hotel were without evidence targeted for subversive practice and blacklisted as “communists” and “socialists.”

White Houses by Amy Bloom

White Houses Offers an Engaging Portrait of Love

March 1, 2018 5:05 am By Leave your thoughts

Author Interview: White Houses, Amy Bloom, Random House - Amy Bloom’s novel White Houses is a compelling fictive exploration of the love affair between Eleanor Roosevelt and journalist Lorena Hickok. This is Bloom’s first book of historical fiction. The novel belies the common narrative of Eleanor Roosevelt as a woman who was disappointed in marriage and became an asexual being.