TILL FISH US DO PART by Beatrice Gray Cook

TILL FISH US DO PART

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Salutary- and entertaining- reading for young people of both sexes in autobiographical reminiscences of a bride whose marriage might well have foundered had she not determined to be an ardent fish wife instead of a fish widow. Here are camping and boating trips, mixed with babies, and the combination of a lady, lion and jackass that made her come up to the family's standards. And always fish, and yet more fish, Thoroughly funny, quotable and readable account of matters domestic and piscatorial.

Pub Date: March 30th, 1949
Publisher: Morrow