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Linda and Mary A cave woman appears on a fire escape in Brooklyn in 1967, a time when nothing seen on the street or in the news is surprising any It s a time of sit ins and love ins, of mini skirts, tie dyes and Afros The Vietnam war As Mary Polleti, housewife, watches a storm rolling in over Flatbush, she sees the woman huddled outside her kitchen window and reaches out to her This is the beginning of an unlikely, tender friendship between two women and the opportunity that opens up to Mary that she could never have imagined possible With Linda as catalyst, the story carries on to an unexpected resolution Sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, it s a story about women, and for women. Free Read [ Linda and Mary ] by [ Molly Rainier ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – thegreatwallonline.us

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  • Paperback
  • 187 pages
  • Linda and Mary
  • Molly Rainier
  • English
  • 18 October 2018
  • 1502390507

10 thoughts on “Linda and Mary


  1. says:

    I accepted the author s invitation to read and review this book based on the first few pages The premise appealed to me A primitive woman is found cringing miserably in the rain and cold of a New York fire escape, scantily dressed in leather tatters Where does she come from How did she happen to be clinging to life on the outside of this non descript Brooklyn building Mary Maria Polleti, a kindly housewife whose son has just got married and left home, takes in the poor wretch, gives her som I accepted the author s invitation to read and review this book based on the first few pages The premise appealed to me A primitive woman is found cringing miserably in the rain and cold of a New York fire escape, scantily dressed in leather tatters Where does she come from How did she happen to be clinging to life on the outside of this non descript Brooklyn building Mary Maria Polleti, a kindly housewife whose son has just got married and left home, takes in the poor wretch, gives her some dry clothes and feeds her Her husband is unsettled by this new arrival, and does not welcome the disruption to his orderly routine, but Mary is determined to continue to host th...


  2. says:

    Awesome and Realistic Story of Human Kindness and Independence This is a very moving, heartwarming, and often humorous story all women should read It s a story of Mary Polleti back in 1967 in Brooklyn, New York Society has changed to include unusual people such as hippies, druggies, and the homeless Mary has been married for over 20 years, her only son, John, has just gotten married Mary s homemaker life revolves meeting the needs of her husband, a blue color worker who expects dinner place Awesome and Realistic Story of Human Kindness and Independence This is a very moving, heartwarming, and often humorous story all women should read It s a story of Mary Polleti back in 1967 in Brooklyn, New York Society has changed to include unusual people such as hippies, druggies, and the homeless Mary has been married for over 20 years, her only son, John, has just gotten married Mary s homemaker life revolves meeting the needs of her husband, a blue color worker who expects dinner placed in front of him every night at the same time Mary has no other life, often she thinks of her mother who also lived a very similar submissive life One stormy night, she opens the window of her second floor apartment to let her cat inside from the fire escape landing Not only is the cat there, but also a dark women, looking like a prehistoric woman from another time period, or anwoman from th...


  3. says:

    From time to time she repeated her mother s words Don t look for happiness here This is just what you have to do You re born this way, this is what you have to do You gotta take care of all of this You re the only one who will I was gifted this book by the author for an honest review.Linda and Mary by Molly Rainier is the story of two women plus one Mary Polleti discovers a Cro Magnon woman on her fire escape one morning and brings her in This is the turbulent 1960 s and people are begi From time to time she repeated her mother s words Don t look for happiness here This is just what you have to do You re born this way, this is what you have to do You gotta take care of all of this You re the only one who will I was gifted this book by the author for an honest review.Linda and Mary by Molly Rainier is the story of two women plus one Mary Polleti discovers a Cro Magnon woman on her fire escape one morning and brings her in This is the turbu...


  4. says:

    I was really torn with what rating to give this book Let me start off by saying that the author s writing style and prose is cleat and crisp, and I think she has a lot of potential I found the writing itself easy by this I mean clear, not dumbed down to read I would definitely be willing to readby this author.The reason I rated this book as such was that the s...


  5. says:

    On the morning of the twenty fifth of September, 1967, Mary Polleti opened the window of the apartment on Caton Avenue to let the cat in and discovered, huddled against the railing of the fire escape, the Cro Magenon women 1 I would like to thank Molly Rainier for proving me with an advance copy of this book This book was very well written and the characters were very relatable This book was very relatable to women I personally had a hard time getting into the plot, which made for a long r On the morning of the twenty fifth of September, 1967, Mary Polleti opened the window of the apartment on Caton Avenue to let ...


  6. says:

    The book was well written However, it was not a book that I really enjoyed I know there are those out there who will enjoy it I had trouble following the storyline I understood that this was a look at how women were viewed in the 60s I felt that in a way it was a little degrading of men Mary seemed to be quite a bit like her mother I felt the book was a little depressing and negative That may be why I didn t care for it Would I recommend it Yes, I know there is an audience out there T The book was well written However, it w...

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