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DARK LADY

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Report repeated from page of the /1/50 bulletin, as follows: ""A carefully sustained drama of family pride and passions, of the destructive domination of a father, to which the world of the bayon country lends a particular fascination. vanishing point from where his brother- Tony- had Alison Rathbourne, John Merrill on his search disbelieves the story circulated by Major that before her death. And there too be faces the in of whom he loved, his silent subjection to his father, In Isobel's final confrontation of Dana, to which Merrill bears witness, Merrill gets the answer to the death of his brother, and Dana, in his confession, his freedom from the past and his father to marry This the early century, and the inbred, untouched, unreal world here heighten the story

Publisher: Harper