How I Came Into My Inheritance
Nothing Dorothy Gallagher created for her sensational stories about celebrities for a pulp magazine could rival the true story of her own family, Russian-immigrant Jews living in Washington Heights. She signs a contract for a book with a famous editor and plunges into despair when he rejects her manuscript. When Aunt Clara is murdered in her Bronx apartment, Dorothy is questioned by the police.
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Came Into My Inheritance
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