THE PAST WAS A SLEEP by Elizabeth Carfrae

THE PAST WAS A SLEEP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

On the upgrade for rentals, and better than her last few. Rosemary burns all her bridges and scraps conventions to live with a young and attractive peer whose wife will not divorce him. His sudden death leaves her footloose, with a child en route, and she marries again for convenience, and finds that she must forget her first love to make a go of her present marriage.

Pub Date: July 7th, 1939
Publisher: Putnam