Australian author Marion von Adlerstein lived the Mad Men life in the 1960s, working in advertising agencies in Sydney, Melbourne, London and New York. With public fascination in the era at a peak, von Adlerstein has put pen to paper and translated her experiences into a buzzing, entertaining chick-lit novel telling the story of three very different young women trying to make names for themselves in the male-dominated workplaces of the 1960s. Her experience as a Vogue writer for more than 20 years informs her style here — witty, snappy and a remarkably easy read for 400 pages.

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