Category Archives: Mach Tey

Blind Date

“What must a girl do to be popular?” Cynthia Carter couldn’t get a date to her town’s Valentine’s dance and has just been stood up in the worst way.  A blind date scuttled off after pretending to be called away, … Continue reading

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Saleslady

I gasped when I first saw Saleslady.  Department store novels are fascinating, and department store romances are a sub-genre I have been searching for over the years.  I had been looking intermittently for Saleslady by Harold Morrow for about a year and … Continue reading

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High Hat

Recently, I heard from a very good source that radio-themed romances appeal perhaps exclusively to a dwindling aging audience.  This is very likely true, but in my humble opinion these romances are equally as fabulous, if not more so, than … Continue reading

Posted in 1930s, Alma Sioux Scarberry, Grosset and Dunlap, Mach Tey | 2 Comments

Recycled Cover Art, Round Four!

The good news is that I have a working draft of an upcoming book review for a really neat book.  The bad news is that said draft is in dire need of serious editing, and in a few hours the … Continue reading

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One Girl Found

Finally!  Here it is, the book that may have taken me longer to read than it did for Mr. Andrews to write.  I wonder if he too got caught on chapter eighteen for four months.  Somehow I doubt it. But … Continue reading

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Three Girls Lost

One of my favorite vintage romance plot lines I collect is, “small town girl moves to big city.”  I prefer my novels to have a heroine who moves to a big city to pursue a career such as dancer, artist, … Continue reading

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