STOLEN GOODS by Clarence Budington Kelland

STOLEN GOODS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another fluffy contion from the expert handler of lightweight fiction which has its quota of entertainment in the story of department store adventure. Socialite Sherry Madigan gets snuggled into the advertising department and her abysmally, uninhibited naturalness keeps her pointer keen on an unknown copse, the mystery surrounding the lin- section (whose assistant takes a long time to learn he is Her Man) and the complicated tie in with outside interested parties. Talking scrambled, but thinking solid, Sherry enlists the store detective, around and about her definitely unacceptables, and unties the rankets involved (murders, theft, blackmail) and also ties-up and woo-woos (in telegraph) her reluctant bride-groom to be. Good going on the old fall guy theme, this is chipper chat.

Pub Date: July 19th, 1950
Publisher: Harper