Herman Raucher

There Should Have Been Castles

“Slick, smart, raunchy entertainment” (Kirkus Reviews) from the international bestselling author of the classic Summer of ‘42.
Ben is the writer who can’t seem to make it; Ginnie is the dancer who can’t seem to miss. In 1951 they are two scared kids in love—determined to hold onto each other no matter what. Together the world is theirs for the asking.
In the exhilarating landscape of 1950s show biz, from the neon glamour of the New York stage to the starry glitter of Hollywood, they have love and success—pure, intense, and perfect. It should go on forever, fueled by enough romance and passion for all the record books and fairytales that ever were. But can their love prevail or will it all come tumbling down due to an unexpected twist neither of them could have foreseen?
600 printed pages
Original publication


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