Margaret in Hollywood
Margaret In Hollywood by Darcy O'Brien tells the story of Margaret Spencer, who, too old to be an adolescent and too young to be a woman, seeks her fortune in the raucous Hollywood of the 1920s. O'Brien creates a superb heroine caught between her own romantic and professional longings and her manipulative mother.
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A surprisingly mundane saga centering on the titular feisty young girl and her hell-for-leather mother. It begins in Kansas City in the teens, then when the father's show biz fortunes erode, moves to ... Read full review
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