Park Avenue Summer
by Renee Rosen
PBR Review: (by- Linda June 2019)

An entertaining and very atmospheric book, Renee Rosen takes the reader back to 1965 and paints a beautiful picture of life in New York City at the time. The story is about Alice, a young girl from Ohio trying to make her way in this city, but it is every bit as much about Helen Gurley Brown, and in fact, this facet of the story is the more fascinating.

Helen Gurley Brown, determined, forward-thinking, and impressive in every way, is driven by her vision for a better world for women, especially sexually. This is a fun read but also inspiring story. Helen was controversial, and it was a man's world in 1965. An entertaining combination.

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