WE WHO WAIT by Elizabeth Carfrae

WE WHO WAIT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A wide coverage of all sorts of human entanglements, as personal problems, attendant on pre-war days and wartime living, keep an English community in an atmosphere far different from its usual quiet existence. The home fron provides a maximum of young and married romances, pitfalls and high points as the vicar's son marries the wrong girl, a spinster acquires motherless twins and wins their father, the local doctor almost loses the woman he loves through a spoiled girl, a butterfly is rehabilitated through her husband's reported death, etc. etc. Good rental library novel.

Pub Date: June 25th, 1943
Publisher: Putnam