LAST FLIGHT by Barbara Hall

LAST FLIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A changing succession of emotions mark the story of a flier, always successful, who tastes bitter failure, senses finale on his hopes for the future, and chooses a way out. There is an odd detachment and impersonality about it -- a brevity that makes it seem a long-short story -- a sentimental appeal. Should be good for a plus sale, to those who liked Night Flight, etc.

Pub Date: Feb. 14th, 1936
Publisher: Dodd, Mead