The Winter of Her Discontent

The Winter of Her Discontent

Book - 2008
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Baker & Taylor
Struggling with her World War II soldier boyfriend's missing-in-action status, an incompatible stage role, and her mob enforcer friend's inability to avoid trouble, New York City actress Rosie Winter and her best friend, Jayne, endeavor to clear her friend's name when he is wrongfully accused of murder. Original. 25,000 first printing.

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It's tough shooting for stardom when there's a war on. But Rosie's got enough pluck for two: she's willing to stumble around in a Broadway dance chorus that she has no right to be a part of, in a musical that's got "flop" written all over it. And all the while, she's worrying about her missing-in-action soldier boyfriend, who hasn't written in months. Lately, she's also been keeping bad company with her mob-muscle pal, Al, who's dabbling in a host of shady money-making enterprises in this time of shortages and rationing. But despite his illicit line of work, Al's no killer. When the cops finger him for his girlfriend's murder, Rosie and Jayne, her close compatriot/fellow castmate, set out to clear big Al's name, and plunge into an intricate backstage drama featuring a bevy of suspiciously well-dressed wannabe starlets. But the plot could soon be taking another lethal turn, bringing a final curtain down on Rosie, Jayne, and all their good intentions.



Publisher: New York : Harper, 2008
ISBN: 9780061139802
0061139807
Branch Call Number: Mystery Haines
Characteristics: viii, 323 p. ; 21 cm

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