The House of Dolls by Barbara Comyns

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If not exactly tarts, the four ladies who live in Amy's Doll's house have built up a modest but successful "little business" entertaining their elderly gentlemen friends. But Amy is far from happy about the situation. By the author of "The Vet's Daughter" and "The Juniper Tree".

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Published November 1, 1990 by St Martins Pr. 155 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The eponymous house belongs to Amy Doll, a young, unassertive widow, striving to educate her reluctant teenage daughter and dependent on the rent payments of an odd complement of women who lease the u

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