Children and the divorce problem again, but this time as an element in a matrimonial tangle. A woman, whose husband has gone...

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Children and the divorce problem again, but this time as an element in a matrimonial tangle. A woman, whose husband has gone Hollywood, finds she loves an old playmate, but refuses the opening of divorce because of unhappy memories of what divorce did to wreck her own childhood. In the end happiness is sacrificed on the altar of security for the children, and she takes her husband back. Market -- those who accept the old school of thought on the marriage problem.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937