SYNTHETIC GENTLEMAN by Channing Pollock

SYNTHETIC GENTLEMAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Light summer reading of the better type, with more than its quota of complications and plots within plots, an incidental murder, an impersonation, and a romance. It all comes about when jobless and penniless Barry Gilbert breaks into a Long Island home in a storm, and adopts the identity of the absentee son of the owner. Good circulating library bet, and safe for your conservatives.

Pub Date: July 16th, 1934
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart