JUDY by Elizabeth Carfrae

JUDY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good feminine fare, with a bit of timeliness in the background of 1938 warclouds, but with the same old true and tried romantic pattern. Judy's young husband has gone to China on business, and Judy sows her wild oats, with an avid urge for the glamour and glitter her marriage lacked. Her novelist passion scorns her -- and kills her love, and on her husband's return she finds where her heart really belongs -- too late. Then the war breaks -- Hugo is called up -- Judy joins an ambulance unit -- and when Hugo almost meets death, they are reunited, and Judy returns home to live and work and wait. Mr. Right in spite of obstacles. Rentals.

Publisher: Putnam