GLORIOUS THUNDER by Blanche Smith Ferguson

GLORIOUS THUNDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here's an author who, unaccountably, rolls up a sizable figure in rental libraries. This is, perhaps, worse than her average; tripe, badly constructed, carelessly written, unconvincing in plot. The story of a rundown fruit ranch in California, of the girl who was to inherit it if she married before she was 21, of the youth whose versatile genius gave him fame first as a flier, then as a mural painter, and who came to California to die -- and won reprieve and love.

Pub Date: Jan. 25th, 1935
Publisher: Penn