The Truth About the Moon
Jack Kelly found twelve-year-old Ella Stanson crouched in an alley looking like Brooklyn. Brooklyn being death. After deciding not to hand her over to the nuns, he takes her home with him to the Manhattan Newsies Lodging House. For two years she remains with the Manhattan Newsies until she decides to strike out on her own. Queens opens their doors for her and it pays off two years later when she becomes the "King of Queens" ?. After building her empire, Brookie, as she came to be called, is pretty confident of what she calls her "Queens Empire." But when the prices of papes go up, Brookie is forced to work in close proximity with people who could use her real identity to bring down the "Queens Empire." Will her identity be protected or will it all come tumbling out like the hair in her cap? And what happens if she starts feeling herself going soft for someone she could never be with? Find out in "The Bridge To Brooklyn!"
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