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“So many girls starting out here in the big, wicked city. Was it any wonder you could still hear the echoes?”

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“I cannot lose the Boy, because then there will be nothing left of me.”

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"It was there between them, that invisible bond, that strange sense of ease, as though she had known him always."

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“​Champagne should always be drunk ice-cold on a beach at dawn.”

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“I had the strangest sensation, then, of the entire world opening up before me."

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“I’ve never forgotten that year on the brink. I’ve never forgotten what a small thing I was, tiny and powerless…"

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“​I think he loved me about as much as it was possible for him to love another person.”

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“I was not to see him again until the summer of 1938, the summer the hurricane came and washed the world away.”

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New York Times bestselling author Beatriz Williams recreates the New York City of A Certain Age in this deliciously spicy adventure that mixes past and present and centers on a Jazz Age love triangle involving a rugged Prohibition agent, a saucy redheaded flapper, and a debonair Princetonian from a wealthy family.

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The Wicked City

Bestselling author Beatriz Williams brings together two generations of women inside a Greenwich Village apartment—a flapper hiding an extraordinary past, and a modern-day Manhattanite forced to start her life anew.


When she discovers her banker husband has been harboring a secret life, Ella Gilbert escapes their sleek SoHo loft for a studio in a quaint building in Greenwich Village. But her new refuge isn’t quite what it seems. Her charismatic musician neighbor, Hector, warns her to stay out of the basement after midnight, when a symphony of mysterious noise strikes up—laughter, clinking glasses, jazz piano, the occasional bloodcurdling scream—even though it’s stood empty for decades. Back in the Roaring Twenties, the building hosted one of the city’s most notorious speakeasies.



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