The Novels of Stephen Birmingham: Carriage Trade, The Wrong Kind of Money, The Auerbach Will, and Shades of Fortune by Stephen Birmingham

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The Novels of Stephen Birmingham: Carriage Trade, The Wrong Kind of Money, The Auerbach Will, and Shades of Fortune

'Praise for Carriage Trade “Carriage Trade has got the dish on everyone . . . One zippy read.” —The New York Times   “A rags-to-riches saga with several twists and switchbacks . . . Clever and satisfying.” —Booklist  Praise for The Wrong Kind of Money “Readers who like family sagas and chronicles of the rich and famous, will enjoy digging in to this big, juicy read.” —Booklist   “Dark doings in Manhattan castles, done with juicy excess: Titillating pop that reads like a dream.” —Kirkus Reviews  Praise for The Auerbach Will “Colorful, riveting, bubbling like champagne.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer   “An engrossing family saga.” —USA Today  Praise for Shades of Fortune: “A writer who has . . . a narrative gift.” —The New York Times   “The narrative gains further suspense from several mysteries. . . . Birmingham has a firm grasp of authentic background details.” —Publishers Weekly'
'Praise for Carriage Trade “Carriage Trade has got the dish on everyone . . . One zippy read.” —The New York Times   “A rags-to-riches saga with several twists and switchbacks . . . Clever and satisfying.” —Booklist  Praise for The Wrong Kind of Money “Readers who like family sagas and chronicles of the rich and famous, will enjoy digging in to this big, juicy read.” —Booklist   “Dark doings in Manhattan castles, done with juicy excess: Titillating pop that reads like a dream.” —Kirkus Reviews  Praise for The Auerbach Will “Colorful, riveting, bubbling like champagne.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer   “An engrossing family saga.” —USA Today  Praise for Shades of Fortune: “A writer who has . . . a narrative gift.” —The New York Times   “The narrative gains further suspense from several mysteries. . . . Birmingham has a firm grasp of authentic background details.” —Publishers Weekly'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504047999 Pages: 3306