HER NAME WAS TOKIO by Charles Lloyd Jones

HER NAME WAS TOKIO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A compactly told story of a woman who tangled the lives of the men with whom she came in contact because she found it so difficult to let them go out of her influence. And more specifically the story of one man, whose tragedy lay in the failure of each thing with which he tried to build a future, and in his love for Tokio, wife of his best friend. A somewhat ironic tale, casually told, and intended for a rather sophisticated audience.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1934
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart