I had a great time searching out 1934 details for line drawings for my mystery novel The Extra. It’s a long book, and I started out by thinking a few repeated images would be all that was necessary. Five, maybe. Or eight. Ha! I ended with more than thirty
and enjoyed every line.
My friend and co-editor JM Landels points out that I ought to entitle this tale Frankie Goes to Hollywood. The Extra tells the story of schoolmarm Frankie who drives her dad’s Model A to Hollywood to become a star and instead has to act her way clear of murder charges.
Here are Frankie’s brogues, a part of her cunning disguise.
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