Another in this author's series of pleasing romances, which this time deals with successful novelist, Kate Hardy, who writes...

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KATE HARDY

Another in this author's series of pleasing romances, which this time deals with successful novelist, Kate Hardy, who writes under the name of Kenneth Hardy, who finds life in a small English village offers her more variety of friends, excitements than London. It also offers her a choice of romance, with her neighbor, Morven, whose Dower House she has bought, and with Walter Stack, returned hero, who refuses to be cold-shouldered by his fellow workers. There is too the problem of Morven's daughter, raised in America, of the malicious gossip and anonymous notes that pursue Kate, Morven, and others, of the sudden terrorization of school children, all of which require Kate's close attention. How she straightens everything neatly and efficiently, and with some emotion, writes a satisfactory conclusion to her love affair, makes her story par value in the romantic market.

Pub Date: Oct. 2, 1947

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Rinehart

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1947