RAINBOW AT NOON by Dorothy Walworth Carman

RAINBOW AT NOON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A better than average human interest story with an oft repeated situation as its central problem -- a second marriage, with both parties facing the ghosts of a not quite buried past, failures they dare not disclose fully even to themselves. The story is the woman's story -- her jealousy of the first wife, her fear of the son, her doubt of the neighbors' attitude in the petty rivalries of a college town. Rental library -- women readers.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1935
Publisher: McBride