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Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day



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Author
Watson, Winifred
Descriptors
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Location/Setting:
London
Time Period:
1930s
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Summary
Miss Pettigrew thinks she is answering an advertisement for a governess but finds herself instead at the doorstep of Miss LaFosse, a young and beautiful nightclub singer who desperately needs help straightening out her love life.
Critique
A perfect pick-me-up, this sweet novel takes readers on a fun and wild day-long adventure in 1930s London. With sweet, endearing and memorable characters, this book can be read in a single sitting. Highly recommend.
ISBN
9781906462024
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# of Pages
233
Published
1938
Formats
Reviewer's Initials: CO MS


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