THE DEPARTMENT STORE GHOST by Bill & Rosalie Brown

THE DEPARTMENT STORE GHOST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An original way of contrasting old ways and new in running a department store, in a ghost story in which the founder of the business returns as a ghost on the store's 100th anniversary. It is an amusing idea, and though not wholly satisfactory in the way it develops, it is something of a relief to have an off the beaten track story in a vocabulary and format that second year readers can cope with, and dealing with a recognizable sort of background that they are apt to take for granted in cities today.

Pub Date: Jan. 9th, 1960
Publisher: Coward-McCann