Wednesday, September 26, 2018

How About Them Apples?

by Elizabeth Adams
from Peg Cochran's Murder, She Reported Series


New York City in 1938 is an amazing place to be.  Seriously, I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.  It’s also an amazing time to be alive.  There are a lot of expectations put on women—to marry, raise a family, keep a home—but there are women breaking free from those restrictions, and I plan to be one of them!

My family is horrified by my job—photographer for the Daily Trumpet.  It would be one thing if I was taking pictures for the society pages, but I’m not.  I’m a crime photographer.  And I’ve seen some things no self-respecting young lady from my social class should have.  And I wouldn’t change it for the world.

Kaminsky—he’s the Daily Trumpet’s crime reporter—and I have even solved a few crimes ourselves.  As Kaminsky would say, “whatcha make of them apples?”

Have you ever wanted to do something really big but were afraid your family would disapprove?

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3 comments:

  1. What an exciting career she has!

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  2. I eagerly look forward to book #2!

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  3. I became a teacher and my parents weren't thrilled that I chose to teach.

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