LADY ANN by Donald Henderson Clarke

LADY ANN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not so racy as some of his earlier work, though it has his unmistakable touch, so 'ware your ultraconservatives'. He has abandoned his tinsel girls for an Amazonian female of New England background who tastes the gay life of New York at the turn of the century and returns to a successful marriage with the home town doctor. Good story telling -- should be safe circulating library bet.

Pub Date: Sept. 25th, 1934
Publisher: Vanguard