The Address by Fiona Davis 350 pages

If you’re looking for an easy summer read with a fairly predictable plot, The Address might be right up your alley.  The address in the title is The Dakota, the famous apartment co-op where John Lennon and Yoko Ono lived.  The story follows two residents:  Sara Smythe, the manageress of the apartment building when it was first built in 1884 and Bailey Camden,  a young woman just out of rehab working for her wealthy cousin who is a resident of The Dakota in 1985.  Both women have their share of problems. not least of which is living in the world of the wealthy while they have practically nothing.

This is not my kind of novel, but I think some will find it enjoyable, especially if they are fans of historical fiction.

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The Address by Fiona Davis 350 pages

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