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Children of the Ritz

(1927)
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CHILDREN OF THE RITZ, Woolrich's second novel, is a Jazz Age social comedy about a woman who comes from a very wealthy family that has recently lost all of their money, and her marriage to a man who comes from a very poor family that has just come into a massive fortune.

"Cornell Woolrich deserves to be discovered and rediscovered by each generation." - Ray Bradbury

Cornell George Hopley-Woolrich (4 December 1903 - 25 September 1968) is one of America's best crime and noir writers, and sometimes wrote under the pseudonyms William Irish or George Hopley. He invented and mastered the genre of "Pulp-Fiction" and wrote hundreds of short stories, novellas and full length novels. One of his most famous stories is It Had to be Murder which was adapted into the classic Alfred Hitchcock film Rear Window in 1954.

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Title: Children of the Ritz
Author(s): Cornell Woolrich
Publisher: Renaissance Literary & Talent in conjunction with the proprietor
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