The Jewel Box - Anna Davis Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552773395 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Anna Davis / Paperback / 432 Pages / Book is published 2009-11-05 by Black Swan
Newest Review: ... devoted to her family, Grace also has a number of skeletons in her closet as a result of her and her sister's lovelives ... more
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by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
The Jewel Box is one of the books that was chosen for the Tesco monthly book club. As such, certain editions to the book have added extras such as interviews and background information about the setting of the novel. Set in 1920's London, it tells the story of Grace Rutherford who has an alterego as Diamond Sharp, a gossip columnist who writes for a highly regarded newspaper in which she recounts all of the new bars and events that she attends in the newly hedonistic and wealthy pro-war era. At home, however, the shine of her alternative life is very much faded. She lives with her mother and younger sister Nancy and her two children, both widowed ... Read the complete review
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