For your lavender and old lace renters, primarily -- this story of Prudence, a wholesome, charming blueblood, who finds on...

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BLOOD OF HER ANCESTORS

For your lavender and old lace renters, primarily -- this story of Prudence, a wholesome, charming blueblood, who finds on the death of her parents that she is penniless, and unhappy in her stepfather's home. Two years of work -- engagement to the town's catch, only to find that he is involved in an unsavory escapade, for which she jilts him -- marriage of convenience to old-time playmate, and love after marriage. There's a largish rental public for this type of thing, adequately done. Public libraries also.

Pub Date: March 18, 1938

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Penn

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1938