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The Flapper, the Impostor, and the Stalker: A Novel (Inkydance Book Club Collection)

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In 1923 ten million families own the Model T, America’s most popular automobile. Ziegfeld Follies comes into its heyday and jazz reigns as king of music. This is the time when prohibition dominates social gatherings, and F. Scott Fitzgerald becomes the Flapper expert. Younger women all over the country shun having to wear corsets and trailing Victorian dresses like their

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Kindle Edition, 276 pages
Published November 21st 2017 by Quill Mark Press
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I love buying books from independent bookstores while traveling, because I tend to find authors I'd never find at home. That's how I grabbed this book (and its companion piece).

I really wanted to like this book, and I was even able to ignore a massively unrealistic coincidence pretty early on, but as it went on, it became clear that the author was writing too loose of a story for my tastes. There are bits that are picked up and then dropped or ignored, for no clear reason. For example, Kathleen
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This book kept me on my toes throughout its entirety! Usually, I can figure the outcome of a story well before it is half over. But, not with this one. Ms. Deitz kept me guessing until the very end. She kept all the characters true to form. I especially could relate to the characters from Chicago, having lived there myself for a long time. I could actually hear the Chicago accent while I was reading.

I cannot wait until the next book come out!
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