Grace on Broadway

The modern Grace Hennipen discovers she’s in an old fashioned world where laws are skirted and scruples follow. Preparing for a future in journalism she shadows Mark Hellinger, a promising writer hot on the trail of a great new topic—celebrities.
She dodges prohibition agents, dances with gangsters, and mingles with a multitude of characters reveling in the Jazz Age More

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Words: 73,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781885294463
About Michiko Hart McElfresh

Michiko Hart McElfresh is the author of Grace on Broadway (Tammy Norie Press e-book 2013). She owns McElfresh Map Company with her husband, Earl B. McElfresh, and has published twenty-three historical base maps. In addition to maps she has edited and collated numerous books and articles for publication including Maps and Mapmakers of the Civil War (Abrams). Previous careers include forays into banking and public relations.

Mrs. McElfresh graduated from St. Bonaventure University and London School of Economics. She is the mother of three: John, Reed and Diana. She has served two terms as an elected member of the Board of Education in her community. Born in Tokyo, Mrs. McElfresh has lived in three of the largest cities in the world, but is more than happy to call a rural area, hidden in the foothills of the Appalachians on a bend on the Allegheny River, home.

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