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  • Posted May 11, 2009

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    THE JEWEL BOX is a super Roaring Twenties chick lit novel

    In 1927 London, Grace Rutherford is an advertising copywriter who supports her female only family. However at night Grace turns into the It-Girl of the moment, glamorous weekly gossip columnist Diamond Sharp. Her articles re her adventures amidst the rich and famous are very popular.------------------

    Grace loves being the single It-Girl Diamond. However her dual identities run into a bit of a snag that tea or booze will not abate. As Diamond she enjoys her heated trysts with American author Dexter O'Connell; as Grace she enjoys her heated trysts with her neighbor John Cramer. However, Grace learns Dexter and John loathe one another and she is determined to learn why the animosity as she knows it can't be just her because their mutual abhorrence started before she met them.--------------

    THE JEWEL BOX is a super Roaring Twenties chick lit novel starring an intriguing heroine in two roles; one as an extrovert while the other is somewhat an introvert. The story line is fast-paced with a few mild but enjoyable twists involving her widow sister and the Rutherford skeletons. Fans will agree that the 1920s make a perfect setting for chick lit as Anna Davis provides a wonderfully entertaining historical.---------

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted March 31, 2011

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    Bravo

    It's very good! Though, I must admit, the ending could have continued on a bit longer. Anyways, good and very 'twisting'

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