The Fine Art of Mixing Girls
A highball comedy of manners, this novel is a return to the days of too much gin and too many cigarettes. Hapless reporter Roosevelt P. Lane lives in the grandeur and glamour of New York circa 1953—an era of quiz-panel programs, debutantes and dinner jackets, communists, pickpockets, and artists manqué—where he finds the city to be incredibly huge until he attempts to date...more
Hardcover, 328 pages
Published February 14th 2011 by Grand Prix Press
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