Come Pour the Wine A Novel Cynthia Freeman To those special few whom I love.
Come Pour the Wine A Novel Cynthia Freeman To those special few whom I love. I need not mention their names since they know who they are. Contents One Two Three Four. To those special few whom I love.
Cynthia Freeman (1915–1988) is the author of multiple bestselling novels including Come Pour the Wine . English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.
Manhattan in the 1950s is a heady place for a sheltered Midwesterner. Romance Family Life Fiction.
Book is in very good condition. Proud, passionate, yearning for life, they came from the Lower East Side to the glittering heights of San Francisco. Dust jacket is in fair condition. Jacob-whose newfound wealth couldn't bring him peace.
He’d lost whatever he’d once had with Janet-the trip had proved that. Read the ad. t hit him hardest when he realized most of the men in the office were in their late twenties and early thirties, none of them married, none of them with a care in the world. And the secretaries wer. hat? About twenty. He’d been the youngest in the firm when he had joined after graduating . In fact, he was referred to as the kid.
Come Pour the Wine book. Since I haven't read a book written by this author previously, I had no expectations as to what to expect with a Cynthia Freeman novel. The story starts out with a very young Janet Stevens who moves to New York to become a Model.
Cynthia Freeman (1915–1988) was the author of multiple bestselling novels, including Come Pour the Wine, No Time for Tears, and The Last Princess. Her novels sold more than twenty million copies worldwide. Born in New York City’s Lower East Side, she moved as a young child with her family to Northern California, where she grew up.
While good, Come Pour the Wine lacks some of the finer details of Freeman's other books. Character development is not as in depth and the descriptions are not as vivid. Not quite the page turner but not hum drum either. One person found this helpful.
Come Pour the Wine: A Novel. Come Pour the Wine - Cynthia Freeman. Manhattan in the 1950s is a heady place for a sheltered Midwesterner.
Cynthia Freeman died of cancer in San Francisco in 1988, aged 7. Catch the Gentle Dawn (1979). Come Pour the Wine (1980). No Time For Tears (1981).
Cynthia Freeman died of cancer in San Francisco in 1988, aged 73. Career. As a young girl, she began writing books but abandoned writing to pursue a career running an interior decoration business. Freeman specialized in multi-generational stories of Jewish families, centering on a female protagonist. Her novel, No Time For Tears, was N. 0 on the list of bestselling novels in the United States for 1981 as determined by The New York Times Bibliography.