Sleeping Arrangements


Author: Laura Shaine Cunningham

Set in 1950s Brooklyn, Laura is orphaned and her two eccentric uncles come to her rescue giving her a happy, if unconventional, childhood. She s a sparky child, feisty and streetwise but at home she s an adored princess…..Read More

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