So Moving on. Here's the Blurb:
With her mother ill, it’s up to fifteen-year-old Ruby Jacinski to support her family. But in the 1940s, the only opportunities open to a Polish-American girl from Chicago’s poor Yards is a job in one of the meat packing plants. Through a chance meeting with a local tough, Ruby lands a job as a taxi dancer and soon becomes an expert in the art of “fishing”: working her patrons for meals, cash, clothes, even jewelry. Drawn ever deeper into the world of dance halls, jazz, and the mob, Ruby gradually realizes that the only one who can save her is herself. A mesmerizing look into a little known world and era.
I give this Book Three Stars. I tend to ramble uncontrollably when I've read a book that reminds me of another, but you know, Better. Sorry.
I received this book in a giveaway from a fellow Blogger, Sage. Visit her Blog Here.