HARRY MARTIN'S WIFE by Elizabeth Corbett

HARRY MARTIN'S WIFE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Over the hill and into the valley of death with Harry and Alice Martin, who figured in the earlier The Heart of the Village (they run a bookshop) and The Crossroads. Once again we visit with their friends and callers at the bookshop, with Bess who writes greeting card Verses as Well as poetry, with Emil, who has a heart attack, but mostly with Alice as Harry fails, after two operations, and dies of cancer which should put a geriatricidal end to this continuity... Alice always reads the books she sells in their bookshop since you can't ""tell too much either from reviews or from publishers' blurbs."" She's right--disregard the former and discount the latter.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Meredith