IT WAS MARY by Eleanor Arnett Nash

IT WAS MARY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

By the author of Footnote to Life, this is the rentally, sentimentally styled story of Mary Armstrong, of poor and shanty Irish stock who marries the son of a wealthy family looking for the ""real"" things in life. He keeps her away from his family for several years so that her sweetness will remain unsullied, but eventually she goes to New York to become a grande dame par excellence...The Cinderella theme in new treatment which will pass as lighter entertainment.

Pub Date: Sept. 26th, 1947
Publisher: Appleton-Century