SHE KNEW WHAT HE WANTED by Eleanor Karly
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SHE KNEW WHAT HE WANTED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the tradition of Live Alone and Like It and Orchids on Your Budget and it is entertainingly done and should prove a card in reserve for every girl with a Kitch""s apartment, an incipient career and a normal urge for a normal life. The psychological setting, what to wear. Low to live, and helpful hints for housekeeping. Light touch with undercurrent of ound commonsense and a modern plant. There are a good many enticing for food and drink, though it is in no sense a cookbook. In format the book is less tempting than it might have been. The illustrations by Jane Miller suggest ppant valentines; the jacket is cheap and the color swears with the biling. Too had -- for the tent is good and should have a chance for wide sales.

Pub Date: Nov. 25th, 1941
Publisher: Waverly House