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Meet Eva, Rhoda, and Terry, three women in Manhattan's young fashion industry. Smart and successful, somehow their lives become entwined with dangerous Jay Blackman's. Magnetically attractive, Jay knows how to get what he wants from women -- and what he wants is power and wealth. Using Eva, Rhoda, and Terry, he plans to rule Seventh Avenue.
Paperback, 480 pages
Published October 28th 1998 by Forge
(first published 1966)
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Originally published in 1966, 7th Avenue is a raunchy yet surprisingly erudite soap opera about a deeply flawed young opportunist clawing his way to the top of the NYC rag trade, whilst destroying every woman who crosses his path. Jay Blackman has just enough good points to make you wish you didn't have to hate him. Bogner's portrayal of the Jewish "mafia" of the 1930s and 40s is vivid and clearly based on personal experience.