The Lions of Fifth Avenue. A mini review.

I’ve not heard of this book before but, after reading
this review, I’m excited to read it. I certainly
never knew that people used to live in New York’s
public library buildings!

Hidden Staircase

The Lions of Fifth Avenue

By Fiona Davis

Rating: 5/5 Stairs

Which begins like this:

She had to tell Jack.

He wouldn’t be pleased.

As Laura Lyons returned from running errands, turning over in her head various reactions her husband might have to her news, she spotted the beggar perched once again on the first tier of the granite steps that led to her home: seven rooms buried deep inside the palatial New York Public Library. This time, the beggar woman’s appearance elicited not pity but a primal fear. It was certainly some kind of ominous sign, one that made Laura’s heart beat faster. A woman on the verge of ruin, alone and without any resources. Unloved.

The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis

This is the first book I’ve read by Fiona Davis. After looking into some of her other books, it seems that she likes to write…

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