Of the proud, patrician Kilroys who legendarily carry on an inherited tradition of horses, an insouciance toward debts, and...

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KILROY HALL

Of the proud, patrician Kilroys who legendarily carry on an inherited tradition of horses, an insouciance toward debts, and a refusal to make an honest living. When Diana falls in love with Paul Blake, a London doctor, self-made and serious, she marries him in spite of the prohibitions of her family- and his- goes to live in the city where she feels out of place and purposeless. A return home to Kilroy Hall brings the confirmation that theirs is a dying world, but it is only after she tries her hand at a job that she realizes that being a wife to Paul is what really matters most. A certain glamour, tempered by realism, this one's for rent.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950