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White Collar Girl by Renee Rosen

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Also by Renee Rosen:

Park Avenue Summer, May 2019
Trade Size / e-Book
Windy City Blues, March 2017
Paperback / e-Book
White Collar Girl, November 2015
Paperback / e-Book
What the Lady Wants, November 2014
Paperback / e-Book
Dollface, October 2013
Paperback / e-Book
Every Crooked Pot, July 2007
Paperback / e-Book

White Collar Girl
Renee Rosen

NAL
November 2015
On Sale: November 3, 2015
Featuring: Jordan Walsh
448 pages
ISBN: 045147497X
EAN: 9780451474971
Kindle: B00SI0B4I6
Paperback / e-Book
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The latest novel from the bestselling author of Dollface and What the Lady Wants takes us deep into the tumultuous world of 1950s Chicago where a female journalist struggles with the heavy price of ambition...

Every second of every day, something is happening. There’s a story out there buried in the muck, and Jordan Walsh, coming from a family of esteemed reporters, wants to be the one to dig it up. But it’s 1955, and the men who dominate the city room of the Chicago Tribune have no interest in making room for a female cub reporter. Instead Jordan is relegated to society news, reporting on Marilyn Monroe sightings at the Pump Room and interviewing secretaries for the White Collar Girl column.

Even with her journalistic legacy and connections to luminaries like Mike Royko, Nelson Algren, and Ernest Hemingway, Jordan struggles to be taken seriously. Of course, that all changes the moment she establishes a secret source inside Mayor Daley’s office and gets her hands on some confidential information. Now careers and lives are hanging on Jordan’s every word. But if she succeeds in landing her stories on the front page, there’s no guarantee she’ll remain above the fold.…

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