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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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Six Days

I have decided:  a literary blog that aims to celebrate 1920s and early 1930s romance novels simply must cover Elinor Glyn.  To neglect Elinor Glyn would be criminal.  I plan to remedy this blog’s lack of Glyn with Six Days, … Continue reading

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The Good Bad Girl

This is my copy of The Good Bad Girl, by Winifred Van Duzer.  It’s a 1926 first edition, and was given as a Christmas present to “Borghild” on December 25, 1926.  There is even a 1926 Merry Christmas stamp pasted … Continue reading

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