A LADY NAMED LOU by Donald Henderson Clarke

A LADY NAMED LOU

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Typical Clarke gal, who makes the grade as a person in spite of sordid experiences, who never loses her sturdy innocence of view although creating scandal and immoralities. Dumb but beautiful, Lulu Finn, robust, sexy, golden-hearted heroine, steers clear of trouble and then falls into it through marriage with Jimmy, racketeer, gambler, lady-killer. When he goes to jail, she goes in first for burlesque, then for the screen. But eventually Jimmy comes through the mill, a wiser man, and brings her back to the straight and narrow path. Rentals -- but naughty naughty for P. L.

Publisher: Vanguard