Free Love

Free Love It s and excitement fills the winding streets of Greenwich Village where artists actors and writers gather and romance isn t played by any rules Free spirited poet Olivia Brown is determined

  • Title: Free Love
  • Author: Annette Meyers
  • ISBN: 9780446609210
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s 1920, and excitement fills the winding streets of Greenwich Village, where artists, actors, and writers gather, and romance isn t played by any rules Free spirited poet Olivia Brown is determined to experience everything her neighborhood has to offer, even if it means defying than a few social conventions Olivia writes her poems, acts in Eugene O Neill s new plIt s 1920, and excitement fills the winding streets of Greenwich Village, where artists, actors, and writers gather, and romance isn t played by any rules Free spirited poet Olivia Brown is determined to experience everything her neighborhood has to offer, even if it means defying than a few social conventions Olivia writes her poems, acts in Eugene O Neill s new plays, and spends her nights in a speakeasy called Chumley s That s where Olivia is headed one night when she literally trips over the body of a dead woman, and finds herself on the trail of killer who is bent on a most personal revenge.

    Free love Free love is a social movement that accepts all forms of love The Free Love movement s initial goal was to separate the state from sexual matters such as marriage, birth control, and adultery It claimed that such issues were the concern of the people involved, and no one else. Free Love Definition of Free Love by Merriam Webster Free love definition is living openly with a sexual partner without marriage living openly with a sexual partner without marriage sexual relations with no commitments by either partner See the full definition Free Love and Women s History th Century and Later Apr , The name free love has been given to a variety of movements in history, with different meanings In the s and s, free love came to imply a sexually active lifestyle with many casual sex partners and little or no commitment. Crazy Free Love Movements In America That History Urban Dictionary free love free love unknown A concept propagated by hippies and other counter culture rebels during the tumult of the s and s The idea is that people should be free to love each other with no commitment besides what they feel is right.

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    About “Annette Meyers

    • Annette Meyers

      Annette Meyers spent sixteen years on Wall Street as an executive search consultant, and is currently an arbitrator with the National Association of Securities Dealers NASD She is a past president of Sisters in Crime and is secretary of the International Association of Crime Writers With her husband Martin Meyers, using the pseudonym Maan Meyers, she writes historical mysteries set in New York in the 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries from her websiteSeries Smith and Wetzon Mystery Olivia Brown Mystery

    512 thoughts on “Free Love

    • I really wanted to like this book. It reminded me very much of the Phryne Fisher novels. Sassy female investigator (sort of), in the 20s, drinks and takes multiple lovers, bisexual, awesome.Except it wasn't nearly as good as I wanted it to be. Every single guy, with the exception of Harry, tried to get Oliver to run away with them, declared their undying love. I couldn't even keep the guys straight half the time, they were all just besotted and personality-less. Also, the writing wasn't all that [...]


    • I wanted to like this. I love the setting (Greenwich Village in the '20s). But the characters were mostly awful and the writing wasn't very good.I did like the housekeeper and her policeman beau!


    • I'll keep this short and sweet: Olivia is a great character and just plain fun. She's an independent self supporting woman and takes no guff from anyone who tries to look down on her "modern view" of life and how she chooses to live it. There are a few graphic scenes of violence, but they can be easily skipped over. The core mystery kept me guessing and there were some edge of the seat moments. In fact I'm about to start reading this book a third time, so that should give a good indication of th [...]


    • I really enjoyed this book! A wonderful flavour of 1920's Grenwich Village, and an absolutely delightful protagonist in Olivia Brown!!When Olivia Brown, and her friend and housekeeper Mattie inherit a Grenwich Village brownstone from her heretofor unknown great-aunt, they pick up and move in.The brownstone comes with a tenant, who doesn't pay rent and has been granted life-long tenancy, but Olivia quickly realizes that Harry Melville, Private Investigator, is her kind of people. In fact, she soo [...]


    • This mystery takes place in Greenwich Village in the 20's. Olivia Brown is a poet who also acts in local theatre and is a free spirit. She lives in a brownstone which she inherited. A detective lives in the bottom floor and the condition of her inheritance was that he stay there. Soon many of Olivia's friends are killed, the dtective is knocked out, and she is a suspect. Fortunately, the detective has many disreputable friends who guard her and all is resolved.


    • One of the worst books I've read in a long time. Terrible poetry, weak plot, under-developed characters. I was trying very hard to like the characters (first clue it's not well-written), but when the main character refers to Sigmund Freud as "Siggie" I quit reading it. I'm sorry I gave up two hours to this book.


    • Nice little mystery story and a very quick read. Set in early 20th century Greenwich Village about young woman who deals with a transvestite obsessed with being her, murder, bathtub gin and Gene O'Neill.



    • I thought I would give the Olivia Brown series a go. I like mysteries set in different time periods, but the 20's apparently did not cut it for me. I just found the entire book annoying.


    • I really enjoyed this book, I believe the protagonist is loosely based on my favorite poet, Edna St. Vincent Millay. Good story, good research, I definately need to read the next one.




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