Plumply pleasing Prue Brenning is not long out of ""mauve cherryland"" -- favorite phrase -- when she falls in love with...

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Plumply pleasing Prue Brenning is not long out of ""mauve cherryland"" -- favorite phrase -- when she falls in love with darkly withdrawn Mark Bronov, concentration camp victim, who involves himself, herself, an insolent nephew and others in nee-Nazi incidents from the death of a Rabbi's son to a riot at Whitehall. All presumably and gullibly due to his old tormentor. During the course of it Prue grows up even if it hadn't seemed possible to begin with and there's no mistaking her telltale heart on the sleeve it's written with.

Pub Date: Jan. 1, 1973

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1973