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Rules Of Civility by Amor Towles is the unforgettable debut by the million-copy bestselling author of A Gentleman in Moscow In a New York City jazz bar on the last night of 1937, watching a quartet because she couldn't afford to see the whole ensemble, there were certain things Katey Kontent knew: · how to sneak into the cinema, and steal silk stockings from Bendel's · how to type eighty words a minute, five thousand an hour, and nine million a year · that if you…

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Undertittel The stunning debut by the million-copy bestselling author of A Gentleman in Moscow
Forfattere Amor Towles (forfatter)
Forlag Sceptre
Utgitt 15 desember 2016
Sjangrer Skjønnlitteratur, Romantikk, Romaner, Romantikk og erotikk
Språk English
Format epub
DRM-beskyttelse Adobe DRM
ISBN 9781444708868
Rules Of Civility by Amor Towles is the unforgettable debut by the million-copy bestselling author of A Gentleman in Moscow In a New York City jazz bar on the last night of 1937, watching a quartet because she couldn't afford to see the whole ensemble, there were certain things Katey Kontent knew: · how to sneak into the cinema, and steal silk stockings from Bendel's · how to type eighty words a minute, five thousand an hour, and nine million a year · that if you can still lose yourself in a Dickens novel then everything is going to be fine By the end of the year she'll have learned: · how to live like a redhead and insist upon the very best · that chance encounters can be fated, and the word 'yes' can be a poison · that riches can turn to rags in the trip of a heartbeat . . . 'If the unthinkable happened and I could never read another new work of fiction . . . I'd simply re-read this sparkling, stylish book, with yet another round of martinis as dry as the author's wit' Herald 'Terrific. A smart, witty, charming dry-martini of a novel' David Nicholls, author of One Day 'Achingly stylish . . . A witty, slick production, replete with dark intrigue, period details, and a suitably Katharine Hepburn-like heroine' Guardian 'A love letter to the city and the era . . . Towles creates a narrative that sparkles with sentences so beautiful you'll stop and re-read them' Stylist