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“Nothing Is Quite Forgotten In Brooklyn ”

Written on: 20/09/2008 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Nothing Is Quite Forgotten In Brooklyn
Alice Mattison
Harper, Sep 2008, $14.95
ISBN: 9780061430558

In 1989 fortyish Constance "Con" Tepper leaves her Philadelphia home to stay in her septuagenarian mom's Brooklyn apartment to watch the cat while Gertrude visits her friend Marlene in Rochester. Con has always wondered about the friendship between the two women that apparently dates back to WW II when she persuaded Gert to invest in a black market scheme run by her mobster boyfriend. In… Read Full Review

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