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RULES OF LOVE & GRAMMAR: Here's the perfect recipe for a do-over: lose your job, lose your boyfriend, and have the ceilint cave in on you.I LET YOU GO: It begins with a hit-and-run accident and a woman desperate to escape the aftermath. Is it a crime that will never be solved?THE DOLLHOUSE: New York's Barbizon Hotel for Women in 1952 was a world unto inself. Now it's gRULES OF LOVE & GRAMMAR: Here's the perfect recipe for a do-over: lose your job, lose your boyfriend, and have the ceilint cave in on you.I LET YOU GO: It begins with a hit-and-run accident and a woman desperate to escape the aftermath. Is it a crime that will never be solved?THE DOLLHOUSE: New York's Barbizon Hotel for Women in 1952 was a world unto inself. Now it's gone condo, but the mysteries of the past still haunt the hallways.SIT! STAY! SPEAK! A dilapidated house, far away in Eunice, Arkansas, is an unexpected inheritance. The town's population is very tine, but they will prove unforgettable....

Title : Rules of love & grammar ; I let you go ; The dollhouse ; Sit! Stay! Speak! (Reader's Digest Select Editions, volume 1, 2017)
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ISBN : 33956357
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 575 Pages
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Rules of love & grammar ; I let you go ; The dollhouse ; Sit! Stay! Speak! (Reader's Digest Select Editions, volume 1, 2017) Reviews

  • Jill
    2019-04-10 03:48

    My niece, who is an exceptional English teacher, shared this book with me when she finished it. I have loved almost everything that she has recommended. The Dollhouse was no different. I loved it. The Dollhouse is Davis' first novel. I usually enjoy reading first novels as the writer is full of wordsmithing and fresh writing strategies. Davis play with words riveted my attention a few times as she moved from one scene to another with a blatant word that meant something different than the reader would expect. This novel, with its easy reading style and well-developed characters, provided an entertaining and leisurely escape from today's news. Davis' plot moves back and forth between two time periods, New York 2016 and New York 1952. Similar to how Rebecca Skloot weaves narratives and story lines in her book, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Davis twists and turns the plot to include mystery, romance, suspense up until the end. Unlike Skloot, this story is less complication, fiction, and it has two narratives where Skloot wove three narratives together. If a reader likes woven narratives, this is a fun read. No spoilers here...but the two time periods share a few subjects in common. I shall not say more. Happy reading.

  • Margaret
    2019-04-08 02:47

    I enjoyed these 4 books. Easy reads