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Manhattan Club

Creator: Manhattan Club (New York, N.Y.) | 1900

... SYLVESTER J. O'SULLIVAN •foouse Committee JOHN HUNTER, JR. WILLIAM S. RODIE PIERRE F. MACDONALD 3Librarg Committee ROGER FOSTER JOSEPH IC CLARKE EDWARD PATTERSON GEO. F. FOSTER THOMAS B. CLARKE JAMES A. DEERING £82905 MANHATTAN ...



165 pages

History of the Manhattan club, a narrative of the activities of half a century

Creator: Henry Watterson | 1915

PAGE William F. McCombs 106 James W. Gerard 112 Francis Burton Harrison 118 Henry Watterson 124 John T. Agnew 130 Board of Governors of Manhattan Club 136 Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner, November 4, 191 5 . . . 142 Employees of the Club ...



303 pages

The Manhattan Club

Creator: Mary Ann Rustico, Bob Rustico | 2004-07-31

Not withstanding the evidence completely supporting her claim of innocence, Lieutenant John Daniels of the NYPD considers Linda Savage, the manager of the exclusive Manhattan Club, a prime suspect in the kidnapping of more than eighty of ...

Publisher: Treeside Pr

About this book
Not withstanding the evidence completely supporting her claim of innocence, Lieutenant John Daniels of the NYPD considers Linda Savage, the manager of the exclusive Manhattan Club, a prime suspect in the kidnapping of more than eighty of New York City's most influential businessmen. The sexual tension between the stunningly beautiful Linda and the relentless Daniels erupts into a passionate love affair, with each questioning if their evolving relationship is a true reflection of the other's feelings.or a cunning game their lover might be playing. Forced to deal with life threatening situations, duplicity, the death of loved ones and betrayal by one time allies, the main characters find out whether a flawlessly executed criminal act can be labeled perfect... if the perpetrators avoid justice, keep their ill gotten gains and the crime is solved.


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  • Ballantine Books

    The Manhattan Hunt Club

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    Rating (1 reviews):
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    Faboulous Intrigue in a New York State of Mind

    0 5/5 Leenda' Flicker (E.H. usa) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Manhattan Club (Paperback) I love books set in New York and this is one of the best I have read. There is plenty to follow along and guess what's coming next, the budding relationship is also well writen. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 26, 2004


  • Minotaur Books

    The Manhattan Island Clubs: A Novel

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    Rating (2 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
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    0 5/5 L. Bradley "colorada" (Cane Creek, NC) - See all my reviews, December 30, 2012

    Very Good Mystery- Complex Characters - Great Period Writing

    0 4/5 Robert P. Wills (Central Florida) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Manhattan Island Clubs: A Novel (Paperback) Very good mystery. Once again, I am reading books out of order- this is the third in the series. Even so, it did well as a stand-along book. The characters were complex There wasn't a big twist at the end or a suddenly-appearing villain at the end like some mysteries and I did figure out who it was before the end, however the details (without giving out spoilers) I did not have. Accomplices and such.What was also interesting was that real people from the 1900's were incorporated into the story and it was done in a believable way.Overall a fun read that will have me want to go back and start with the first in the series. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 10, 2014
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  • Secret Cravings Publishing

    Shine Your Love on Me (Manhattan Dinner Club) (Volume 3)

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  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

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  • Berkley

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    Rating (495 reviews):
    (3.4/5)
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    Inviting, Cozy Book

    I enjoyed this book so much that I'm rather taken aback at how divided the reviews are. I found the book to be like a blanket, warm and cozy and something you want to curl up in. I don't knit, but the references to the wool and the process made it seem very inviting.The characters were diverse - of varying ages, walks of life and economic circumstances - and written so vividly that I began to cast them as if for a TV show. Overall, the book is about love and friendship and finding ourselves, with the store and knitting being the central theme that brings most of the characters together.I thoroughly enjoyed the book and was sad to see it come to a conclusion, ending my connection with the colorful and enjoyable characters. Like some of the other reviewers, I would have liked a different ending because I'd grown attached to everyone, but I did see it coming and the author did tie it all together well.My biggest disappointment in the book was... 5/5 Loves Books in MD (Maryland USA) - See all my reviews, August 6, 2007

    Knitting is a Nice Device, But . . .

    The idea of a knitting group--a group of women gathering on a regular basis forming bonds of friendship and sharing life experiences--was the alluring premise of this book, and the reason I bought it. That's definitely what this book is. But is it a riveting story? Did I fall in love with the characters and turn pages with eager anticipation to see how the story would play out? No and no. I struggled turning pages of this book as much as I'd probably struggle trying to knit a sweater. This was like the waste of expensive yarn, a piece crafted with a big idea and little talent.The writing isn't bad, but I wouldn't describe this effort as "well-written." It's average at best, lacking originality or memorable prose, and I felt it was littered with clichés and contrived dialog. As for story, it's primarily character-driven with focus on the main character, Georgia Walker, a single mother who owns a yarn shop/knitting business on the upper west side of Manhattan. The... 3/5 Michelaneous by Michele (Sandy Point Resort, Northwoods Wisconsin) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Friday Night Knitting Club (Friday Night Knitting Club Novels) (Hardcover) The idea of a knitting group--a group of women gathering on a regular basis forming bonds of friendship and sharing life experiences--was the alluring premise of this book, and the reason I bought it. That's definitely what this book is. But is it a riveting story? Did I fall in love with the characters and turn pages with eager anticipation to see how the story would play out? No and no. I struggled turning pages of this book as much as I'd probably struggle trying to knit a sweater. This was like the waste of expensive yarn, a piece crafted with a big idea and little talent.The writing isn't bad, but I wouldn't describe this effort as "well-written." It's average at best, lacking originality or memorable prose, and I felt it was littered with clichés and contrived dialog. As for story, it's primarily character-driven with focus on the main character, Georgia Walker, a single mother who owns a yarn shop/knitting business on the upper west side of Manhattan. The... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 9, 2007

    Disappointed

    0 1/5 A Reader "Reader" (Texas) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Friday Night Knitting Club (Paperback) I read this novel while stuck in an airport during a long, long layover. On the positive side, it passed the time. The negative list is much longer. The characters were never developed and the minor ones seemed like they were drawn from a checklist. Senior citizen, check. Mixed race character, check. Asian character, check. Rich unhappy character, check. The book has the feel of a Lifetime movie, "Brave single mother raises daughter and then ... tragedy strikes." Been done many times before and much, much better 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 23, 2008
    List Price: $7.99


  • Atria Books

    The Girls at the Kingfisher Club: A Novel

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    Rating (52 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
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    Always loved the 12 Dancing Princesses

    Loosely based on the fairy tale, updated to the 20s and Prohibition, Jo Hamilton and her 11 younger sisters follow her, one or two at a time as they grow old enough, to end up many nights at the popular speakeasy, the Kingfisher Club, because they almpst never get out (really, really never) and they love dancing. Their rich, selfish and repressive father has relegated them to the upper floors of their townhouse. Their mother died long since, and for reasons never quite explained satisfactorily, their father keeps them practically prisoners, close at home, but mostly ignores them. Their only outlet has become sneaking out to dance several nights a week. They become known as the princesses, and they never tell anyone who they are or where they come from. The game begins to unravel when an ad appears in the newspaper, seeking information about the mysterious, apparently socially respectable young women who dance in nightclubs around town. Then Jo really panics, because their... 5/5 D. Roberts "LuvBks" (Bellaire, TX United States) - See all my reviews, June 3, 2014

    A fun new take on a classic tale!

    I am a fan of both historical fiction set in the Jazz age and fairy tales, but I didn't realize that this was a retelling of "The 12 Dancing Princesses" until I after I had finished it and read a few other reviews. That being said, the story did seem oddly familiar to me--but in a good way.The premise on its own is a little outlandish--a man with 12 daughters, some of whom he has never met, keeps them locked up in the attic and, at night, they all sneak out to go dancing. However, I think the vague familiarity with the fairy tale (even though I didn't realize it) made it easy for me to buy the premise.I did really enjoy this book. The character of Jo was very well written and, while most of the other sisters don't get an in depth treatment (because, you know, there are 12 of them!), they were still interesting to me. That being said, I will admit that I did get a few of them mixed up from time to time--but I think anyone would because there are 12... 4/5 WestMetroMommy (Oregon) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Girls at the Kingfisher Club: A Novel (Kindle Edition) I am a fan of both historical fiction set in the Jazz age and fairy tales, but I didn't realize that this was a retelling of "The 12 Dancing Princesses" until I after I had finished it and read a few other reviews. That being said, the story did seem oddly familiar to me--but in a good way.The premise on its own is a little outlandish--a man with 12 daughters, some of whom he has never met, keeps them locked up in the attic and, at night, they all sneak out to go dancing. However, I think the vague familiarity with the fairy tale (even though I didn't realize it) made it easy for me to buy the premise.I did really enjoy this book. The character of Jo was very well written and, while most of the other sisters don't get an in depth treatment (because, you know, there are 12 of them!), they were still interesting to me. That being said, I will admit that I did get a few of them mixed up from time to time--but I think anyone would because there are 12... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 4, 2014

    Summer Read

    This is a quiet story set in 1927 Prohibition-era Manhattan. It develops slowly as we meet the twelve daughters of a rich self-absorbed man whose wife expired after producing a dozen children but no heirs. Father leaves his daughters on the upper floors of his mansion to an indifferent staff, but one very committed daughter and surrogate mother, Jo whom the sisters call General, who accepts the responsibility of creating a life for her sisters. Father has cut off tutors and education to save money, so when Jo gets the opportunity to learn different dances she teaches them to her sisters. For eight years they sneak out of the house after midnight in cabs from in front of the house. It's not clear when Father clues in or if just doesn't care, but when he does he decides it's time to cut his expenses and arrange profitable marriages for his girls - he certainly has enough of them, some whom have only seen him a couple times a year.Father calls on Jo to help him make... 3/5 S. Campbell (Northwest Nevada) - See all my reviews, June 16, 2014
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  • TerraMaps

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    Perhaps I just expected too much

    0 3/5 James C. Sellers "J. Sellers" (Oregon) - See all my reviews, June 19, 2014

    perfect map for visiting NYC

    0 4/5 Jessica Stewart - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: TerraMaps NYC Manhattan Street and Subway map - Waterproof - AR augMENTED reaLITY (Map) excellent for getting around the subway system! It has a detailed section of downtown and midtown and a small portion od west BK but not queens. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 20, 2014

    Very handy and easy to pack

    0 5/5 Nan - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: TerraMaps NYC Manhattan Street and Subway map - Waterproof - AR augMENTED reaLITY (Map) This map had enough detail to be useful. It packs well and doesn't shred. It will last for a long time and has landmarks on it, as well. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 24, 2014
    List Price: $4.00


  • The University of North Carolina Press

    The Product of Our Souls: Ragtime, Race, and the Birth of the Manhattan Musical Marketplace

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