HOLD ME FAST by Cecile Gilmore

HOLD ME FAST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Contrasts in character for the story of Betay Harling, good and generous and Sheila, willful and venton, the younger adopted sister Betsy had always indulged. With Betsy's engagement to Lucien, a Frenchman of dubious principles. Sheila once again makes a play for Betsy's man (who only wants her money), abuses a youngster to get her way, fails, and is killed. This leaves Betsy free to marry a more upstanding and younger man. In this line, which is rental, this is definitely personable and presentable.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1950
Publisher: Avalon Books 22 East 60th St. N. Y.