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by Diana Rubino

From Here to Fourteenth Street

From Here to Fourteenth Street

by Diana Rubino

In 1894 on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, an Italian sweatshop worker falls in love with an Irish cop whose cousin was murdered as her father and brother languish in jail, charged with the crime.
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It's 1894 on New York's Lower East Side. Irish cop Tom McGlory and Italian immigrant Vita Caputo fall in love despite their different upbringings. Vita goes from sweatshop laborer to respected bank clerk to reformer, helping elect a mayor to beat the Tammany machine. While Tom works undercover to help Ted Roosevelt purge police corruption, Vita's father arranges a marriage between her and a man she despises. When Tom’s cousin is murdered, Vita’s father and brother languish in jail, charged with the crime. Can Vita and Tom’s love survive poverty, hatred, and corruption?

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Genres: Historical Fiction, Romance

Google Category: Media > Books > Fiction > Romance Novels

Pages: 380

ISBN(10): 1509204024

ISBN(13): 9781509204021

Sales Rank: 7309680

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