THE MAN WHO CRIED ALL THE WAY HOME by Dolores Hitchens

THE MAN WHO CRIED ALL THE WAY HOME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Doris Chenoweth is a more bedraggled than bereft figure when her husband, Sargent, turns up in the morgue-- he had wanted to divorce her for some time. But then she faces all kinds of further revelations about him-- his involvement in a speculative stock deal and with a conspicuously attractive young thing, the daughter of an old friend. Doris' Uncle Chuck lends a jocular, folksy touch to the proceedings.... Slow fuse.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster