Category Archives: Beatrice Burton

Determining Editions: The Flapper Wife

Back in February, in what feels like a different lifetime, I began thinking more about my copy of The Flapper Wife by Beatrice Burton.  I had been reading a different Burton title, which I really ought to review on this blog … Continue reading

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The Petter

“Because life seemed just a gay series of petting parties to “Merry” Locke, she did not recognize the Real Thing when it came along.”  ~ Beatrice Burton advertising panel. How could I not want this book?  The Petter has always … Continue reading

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