STOLEN GOODS by Clarence Budington Kelland

STOLEN GOODS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A fluffy confection with lots of bright chatter, this story of a socialite who becomes involved in a department store adventure should prove entertaining light reading -- about S.E.P. caliber. Sherry Madigan, breezy and naturally direct, when she is smuggled into the advertising department of a store, unties neatly a few rackets (murder, theft and blackmail) and also captures a reluctant bride-groom-to-be -- a humble assistant in the linens section). Light and gay.

Pub Date: July 19th, 1950
Publisher: Harper