PEARL WEDDING by Anne Wormaer

PEARL WEDDING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Of Janice Barton, whose chin is upped when she learns- just before her thirtieth wedding anniversary- that her husband John is leaving her for a more independent and intelligent (Janice is just a housewife) companion. Determined to use the only talent she has, and not to take money from John, Janice gets herself a job as a housekeeper for a young couple, proves her usefulness to herself as well as others, but returns to John when he is soon soured on her substitute. The values and virtues of wifeliness, this should be dear to any woman's heart- particularly this type of woman reader.

Pub Date: Aug. 14th, 1950
Publisher: Macrae-Smith