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A Woman of the Century

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Alicia Turner was a very special kind of woman. She had the beauty and wealth that came only with New York high society, and the courage and determination that came only from a demanding profession. She was a unique blend of fire and ice, passion and innocence. Therefore it was not surprising that at a time when women were being forced into marriage,, Alicia had achieved a ...more
Paperback, 704 pages
Published August 1st 1984 by Zebra (first published November 1st 1981)
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She's a wonderful writer who weaves the history of the time, seamlessly with the story. Her books are full of wonderful period detail, such as clothing and food.
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