HENRY by Elizabeth Eliot
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A ecord novel () in which Anne provides a disarming, disingenuous running mmentary her brother, Henry, whom she adores, and on the rest of her ily, upon whom she For Henry, handsome, charming, uncertain in his which concentrate women, horses and liquor, has an unfailing attraction, and from marriage an ex-film star to marriage to Pamela, a doctor, determined as well as The conversion of the estate Henry inherits into a nursing home, Henry's irritation at the maternity cases and at Matron, so sprightly at meals, and finally at the insistent of Anne's mother and the bondage of her sister to her mother roman with a detective story write and the final the home puts an end to a family portrait which for all loss of innosence and illusion as Henry's charm things failure. A summer sheer, which is thoroughly attractive and holds a certain appeal for the

Pub Date: June 6th, 1951
Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce