A nameless ""She"" who wins a dress-designing award comes from a school-teacher-spinster past in Omaha to New York where she...

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A nameless ""She"" who wins a dress-designing award comes from a school-teacher-spinster past in Omaha to New York where she attempts, among other things, to learn about the man who had jilted her during the war whom she now discovers involved in a Brink type robbery. In so doing, a new romance gets underway and foils a somewhat unconvincing plot. Femininely angled, for the very credulous and easily entertained.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1963