Cover of: Gin Lane | James Brady Read Online

Gin Lane a novel of Southampton by James Brady

  • 255 Want to read
  • ·
  • 45 Currently reading

Published by St. Martin"s Paperbacks in New York, N.Y .
Written in English


  • Socialites,
  • Radio broadcasters,
  • Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes six page excerpt from the author"s, The house that ate the Hamptons.

StatementJames Brady
LC ClassificationsPS3552.R243 G5 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination308 p. ;
Number of Pages308
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24972841M
ISBN 100312967063
ISBN 109780312967062

Download Gin Lane


Mar 03,  · "A charming and vividly rendered historical novel Based on true events, this prequel to Lilac Girls transports."--People "Inspired by true events, just like its predecessor, and just as well-researched, Lost Roses is a remarkable story and another testament to female strength.4/5(K). No one chronicles the hilariously haughty world of the Hamptons better than Parade columnist and bestselling author James Brady. Now, in his second novel of the Hamptons, Brady invites you to take a stroll along Gin Lane, where name-dropping, celebrity spotting, and attempted murder heat up the glistening sands of New York's hottest summer haunt. /5. The picture is a counterpoint to the more powerful Gin Lane—Hogarth intended Beer Street to be viewed first to make Gin Lane more shocking—but it is also a celebration of Englishness and depicts of the benefits of being nourished by the native beer. No foreign . Gin Lane: A Novel of Southampton (Beecher Stowe and Lady Alex Dunraven Novels) by James Brady and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

Jul 17,  · From the beginning to the very end Gin Lane keeps you on the edge of your seat. I have purchased all of Valentine Defrancis's books and with every one she never disappoints me. Just when I think she has written her best, she comes out with another brilliant book. I highly recommend anyone to check her work out for yourself.5/5(18). May 20,  · Gin Lane book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Five strangers’ lives are turned upside down when an angel delivers the new /5. Jun 10,  · Beer Street, by contrast, is the heaven to Gin Lane’s hell. Set in Westminster, where trades and crafts are seen to thrive, rather than St Giles where the . Gin Lane Gazette's Pie of Funds currently stands at %. I am - as you can probably imagine - cockahoop. I am also ridiculously grateful to you all for pledging, and for spreading the good word. Without your tireless help, &c, &c. It's humbling and thrilling.

This time, we find him moving from East Hampton's Further Lane and the Maidstone Club to Southampton's great walled houses and the elegance of Gin Lane and its stuffy Meadow Club. Still narrating is Beecher Stowe IV, a journalist whose head is crammed with more local lore than could interest even the most inbred native. GL, Chippendale. 5, likes · 98 talking about this · 2, were here. Gin Lane is Sydney's most unique small bar set in an 18th Century town house -slinging a few cocktails & Gins/5(56). Sep 25,  · This wonderful book was such a help with researching Caroline Ferriday’s family summer home, for my novel Lilac Girls. Gin Lane, once known as The Mitchell Cottage, is included in the book. The house once belonged to Caroline’s mother, Eliza Woolsey Mitchell Ferriday. Gin Lane (aka Dune Road) is a three-mile long oceanfront strip. Gin Lane is used in Gin Lane, William Hogarth (where it stands as the representative of the set), Gin, East End of London, Augustan literature, and Gin Craze (in all of which it replaces an old, low-res image). Caption is based on the description in William Hogarth, though I cut a bit. Creator.