Faith Baldwin (1893-1978) was one of the most prolific mid-twentieth century authors of popular fiction. She published eighty-five books between 1921 and 1977, many of them focused on women juggling family and career, including White Collar Girl, Men Are Such Fools!, and An Apartment for Peggy, which was made into a Hollywood film in 1948.
"A captivating and quietly subversive novel, featuring a spunky young working woman struggling to make it on her own. Skyscraper declares that despite all challenges, women should insist on their right to have it all." --Ms. magazine "With its sexual bargains and betrayals, insider trades and financial maneuvers, Skyscraper is pulp fiction at its best." --Maria Dibattista, author of Fast-Talking Dames "It's wonderful to see this lively and richly detailed romance back in print." --Kay Mussell, author of North American Romance Writers