Vic Norman got everything a man could want…He got a hand-painted tie at $35…and a shiny new job at $35,000…he got an apartment on Sutton Place…and the respect of the toughest old tyrant who ever sold soap…he got Marguerite…and Connie…and glamorous red-headed Jean. He got everything a man could want…but he didn’t know what he wanted. Not til he met Kay, cool, blonde, lovely Kay. Then he knew what he wanted but didn’t know how to get it!
One of the best-selling novels of 1946, made into a popular Clark Gable film in 1947.
“Vivid Portrait of New York in the mid-Forties” (amazon.com review)