COME OUT OF THE PANTRY by Alice Duer Miller

COME OUT OF THE PANTRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A facile pen and a flair for pleasing the popular taste -- such are the slender roads upon which Alice Duer Miller (who can do better work) has leaned in this collection of stories, periodical material but not much more. A collection of short stories, none so good as the title story, in which a youthful and impoverished nobleman persuades his own ex-footman to give him a job as assistant in a New York household.

Pub Date: Feb. 28th, 1934
Publisher: Dodd, Mead