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by Zelda Popkin


Popkin's most successful book was Zelda Popkin (1898–1983, née Feinberg) was an American author of novels and mystery stories.

Popkin's most successful book was Zelda Popkin (1898–1983, née Feinberg) was an American author of novels and mystery stories. She created Mary Carner, one of the first professional female private detectives in fiction. Carner was a store detective who appeared in five novels. Connections have been made with Angela Lansbury’s character in the television series Murder, She Wrote - Jessica Fletcher. Popkin's most successful book was The Journey Home, published in 1945, which sold nearly a million copies.

Zelda Popkin (5 July 1898 – 25 May 1983, née Feinberg) was an American author of novels and mystery stories. She created Mary Carner, one of the first professional female private detectives in fiction

Zelda Popkin (5 July 1898 – 25 May 1983, née Feinberg) was an American author of novels and mystery stories.

Zelda Popkin’s most popular book is A Death of Innocence. Time Off for Murder by. Zelda Popkin. Death Wears a White Gardenia by.

Dear Once- A Family Saga. com User, August 8, 2000. In this Zelda Popkins novel we meet the lively Springer family and are drawn into their chaotic family history. Starting when this colorful Jewish family enters into the United States, the story is told through the eyes and narrated by a 2nd generation daughter named Millie. Through Millie we see the sad lost love story of her Aunt Daisy, the hypocrisy yet strong family pride of her Uncle Rueben and Aunt Fannie.

Zelda Popkin made a definite place for herself when her first mystery novel Death Wears a White Gardenia was published last year.

ISBN 10: 0451074289 ISBN 13: 9780451074287. Publisher: Signet, 1977.

1975) A novel by Zelda Popkin. Millie Springer narrates the story of her own life and loves and recounts the lives and loves of her immigrant parents, aunts, and uncles in the United States and Canada. Used availability for Zelda Popkin's Dear Once.

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Millie Springer narrates the story of her own life and loves and recounts the lives and loves of her immigrant parents, aunts, and uncles in the United States and Canada show more.

Zelda F. Popkin, a novelist who had published 14 books, died Wednesday . Popkin, a novelist who had published 14 books, died Wednesday of a heart attack in Silver Spring, Md. She was 84 years old. Mrs. Popkin was born in New York on July 5, 1898, and lived in Washington and Plainfield, . Another novel, ''Death of Innocence,'' was made into a CBS motion picture for television. Her last two novels, ''Herman Had Two Daughters'' and ''Dear Once,'' deal with Jewish life in America. Public Relations Officer. Popkin served as a public relations officer for the American Joint Distribution Committee and for the American Friends of the Hebrew University.

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Dear once: A novel ebook
Author:
Zelda Popkin
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Lippincott; 1st edition (1975)
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382 pages
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4.9
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