THE MAINSPRING by Beatrice Burton Morgan

THE MAINSPRING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Clean, wholesome and moral family story in which a respectable couple's three offsprings gradually awaken to their evil ways of life and change their paths. A marriage headed for a break-up, a son flying too high for his pocketbook, and a daughter approaching romance from the wrong angle, are all safely set on the right track. Moral, sugar-coated -- for women primarily. Rental libraries.

Pub Date: March 23rd, 1936
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart