Girl Waits with Gun
A National Bestseller ANew York TimesEditors' ChoiceA September 2015 Indie Next PickA Publishers Marketplace Buzz Book of 2015, Fall/WinterOne ofUSA Today's "New and Noteworthy"One ofNew York Post's "Must-Read" BooksOne ofCosmopolitan's "24 Books to Read this Fall"From the New York Times... show more
A National Bestseller ANew York TimesEditors' ChoiceA September 2015 Indie Next PickA Publishers Marketplace Buzz Book of 2015, Fall/WinterOne ofUSA Today's "New and Noteworthy"One ofNew York Post's "Must-Read" BooksOne ofCosmopolitan's "24 Books to Read this Fall"From the New York Times best-selling author of The Drunken Botanist comes an enthralling novel based on the fo
Publisher: Mariner Books
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Constance wants paid for the accident that destroyed their farm cart but instead she and her sisters get harassed and threatened by the head of a silk company. She takes steps to protect herself and her family. I enjoyed this book. Constance and her sisters are unusual for the period in which th...
Meh. This is not a bad book. I just didn’t click with it. I was drawn in by the fabulous premise (fictionalization of the adventures of a real-life female deputy sheriff in the early 1900’s), but I was bored by the narrator (Miss Constance Kopp, said real-life female deputy sheriff). She related a r...
There were moments that didn't flow as well as they might but this blend of fiction and fact was quite an interesting read. Constance and her sisters are involved in an accident involving themselves and a local businessman and they discover that the local businessman doesn't believe that the law app...
I hesitated over this book; a few friends thought it was so-so, but I was able to buy a copy at the library sale and I'm perfectly willing to pay a dollar for a story that might be just ok. Happily I didn't find it to be just so-so; I really, really enjoyed this book. I knew Amy Stewart could wri...
It's 1914 in New Jersey and the Kopp sisters live on a farm and fend for themselves. On a day trip into town their buggy is hit by an oncoming car. The driver, Henry Kaufman is a rich factory owner but he is certainly no gentleman and neither are his friends who accompany him. When Constance Ko...
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