HERO AT HOME by Elizabeth Alexander

HERO AT HOME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A somewhat colorless novel of a long-suffering heroine. A triangle story in which nobody is very estimable, and in which love, marriage, divorce and the problems of children in remarriage should appeal to a definitely feminine audience. The heroine jilts one man for another, and then finds that he is already married and has three children. The resultant confusion of issues, with the children as the pivotal point, ends by a division of loyalties and comparative peace.

Pub Date: June 21st, 1940
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran