The other typist by suzanne rindell got some buzz in the book blogosphere early this summer so as usual a few months late i gave it a try on audio in august the debut novel has an interesting premise its set in prohibition era new york city and is narrated by rose baker a quiet prim woman working as a typist in a busy police precinct. The other typist is an easy read and perfect book to start the summer with examinercom this eerie and compelling debut is a riveting page turner narrated by a strangely hypnotic yet dubious young woman who works as a typist for the nypd in the 1920s. The other typist pretends to be the story of a nice young woman entering the cutthroat world of police work in 1920s new york but its new york not the nice young woman who should be trembling i had a blast reading this and had my nerves scrambled by the end victor lavalle . New york city 1924 the height of prohibition and the whole city swims in bathtub gin rose baker is an orphaned young woman working for her bread as a typist in a police precinct on the lower east side every day rose transcribes the confessions of the gangsters and murderers that pass through the precinct while she may disapprove of the details she prides herself on typing up the goriest . There are no critic reviews yet for the other typist keep checking rotten tomatoes for updates audience reviews for the other typist there are no featured reviews for the other typist at this time
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