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READ ↠ The Other Typist ↠ ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☁ The Other Typist Author Suzanne Rindell – Citybreakscheap.co.uk Confessions are Rose Baker’s job A typist for the New York City Police Department she sits in judgment like a high priestess Criminals come before her to admit their transgressions and with a few st Confessions are Rose BaPDF / Epub The Other Typist Author Suzanne Rindell Citybreakscheap.co.uk Confessions are Rose Baker’s job A typist for the New York City Police Department she sits in judgment like a high priestess Criminals come before her to admit their transgressions and with a few st Confessions are Rose Baker?.

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To a dignified and proper lady Until Odalie joins the typing poolAs Rose uickly falls under the stylish couettish Odalie’s spell The Other Epub / she is lured into a sparkling underworld of speakeasies and jazz And what starts as simple fascination turns into an obsession from which she may never recover..

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The Other Typist?s job A typist for the New York City Police Department she sits in judgment like a high priestess Criminals come before her to admit their transgressions and with a few strokes of the keys before her she seals their fate But while she may hear about shootings knifings and crimes of passion as soon as she leaves the room she reverts.

READ ↠ The Other Typist Suzanne Rindell earned her PhD in English literature from Rice University in spring She is the author of the forthcoming historical mystery THE TWO MRS CARLYLES July as well as EAGLE CRANE THREE MARTINI LUNCH and THE OTHER TYPIST THE OTHER TYPIST has been translated into languages and optioned for film by Fox Searchlight Pictures About my revie.

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  • ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other Typist35 starsWell I feel like I need a cigarette and a martini What to say about this book It's such a mind fuck that it's hard to piece together and I'm not certain that the story or the ending actually makes sense Set in the mid 1920s in New York during the Prohibition the novel follows Rose the narrator who becomes obsessed perhaps sexually with another typist at work the beautiful charming alluring mysterious Odalie Rose and Odalie are typists at a New York police station They take down confessions and transcribe various notes As Rose and Odalie grow closer Rose realizes that Odalie is involved is some unsavory activities having to do with bootlegging She also realizes she has no


  • Cora Tea Party Princess

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other TypistI don't know how I can properly review this book My head is still reeling from that endingThis book is a delicious mix of 1920s crime punishment and mystery Just who are Rose and Odalie really I still don't know Which one is Ginevra Were either of them ever G


  • Dannaca

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other TypistFirst of all let me say that I was dying to give this book five starsbut there were a few big things that meant that I couldn'tF


  • Julie Ehlers

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other TypistModerately entertaining I suppose but this has to be one of the most overwritten books of all time So many adjectives So many adverbs So many idioms when a single word would do just as well Va


  • Dem

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other TypistThe Other Typist by Suzanne Rindell is one of those novels with the right amount of suspense and intrigue that leaves you guessing right until the novel's conclusionThe story centres around Rose who is employed as a stenographer in a New York Police Department and appears to be innocent and naive and somewhat staid in her ways Rose's life changes forever the day the other typist is hired to work in her department and we see Rose become obsessed by the flamboyant OdalieRose is an unreliable narrator and while I have met a few unreliable narrators in fiction novels over the past few months I still enjoy this sort of fiction For Now I really loved the descript


  • Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd)

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other Typistlong drawn out sigh


  • Jessica

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other TypistThis was an excellent debut and the author will no doubt go on to write some great stuff I see this as a movieHowever There were some elements no spoilers that just weren't uite believable And I have some historical uibbles No one will care but me I'm just satisfying my urge to nitpick1 The protagonist claims a typing speed of 160 wpm The world speed record was 147 wpm in 1923 I type 92 wpm on a modern computer keyboard but I learned on a 1920s era Underwood which is why I checked This took me about one minute to research I'd chalk it up to an unreliable narrator except that such a fuss was made about using a stopwatch for a speed test


  • Mandy

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other TypistI feel really really bad saying this but it was a disappointment for me The set up sounded so juicy but it didn't live up to it for me Overall I found it superficial melodramatic and unbelievable By that I mean I believe these characters could have indeed existed as people and that these events could indeed have happened however I did not believe the development was sufficient in making the characters multidimensional and circumstances were insufficiently describedNow I know a lot of the above is because of the perspective with which the story is told The protagonist or narrator is shaping the lense through which the story was told or retold But since I found her to be insufficiently developed I did not care for her tone and therefore the tone of the story I also didn't like her which brings me to my next issueThe protagonist Rose was just not likable In fact she was annoying I know that the reader doesn't have to like the protagonist But the reader should feel invested


  • Carol

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other TypistThis story is a well written twisty tale of obsession betrayal and murder I absolutely loved it Although not as bleak and complex this mystery reminded me somewhat of The Woman Upstairs The two novels involve self absorbed repressed and unreliable narrators Both women become acuainted and then obsessed with someone smooth sophisticated and charismatic; and that person represents all that they desire for themselves Any details would ruin all the fun


  • Carol

    READ ↠ The Other Typist The Other TypistHoly Crap I really don't know what to think about the outcome of this debut novel but I sure was surprised What I think I know for sure is thisIt's the roaring 20's in New York City and a psycho lunatic is on the loose disguised as a young woman no spoiler hereRose is an honest hard working stenographer working for the lower east side police precinct who shares a small room in a boarding house with a lying gossiping bitchOdalie is a rich high societ