HERSELF by Elizabeth Jordan

HERSELF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Homely handling for backwater doings as a New England town finds itself the victim of what is believed to be a flue epidemic, and two of the town's richest, prettiest girls die. Others start talking, and against the doctors, and to put a stop to it Bruce, first family's son, decides to investigate. With him in this is Jan, whom he finds he loves. Prosy, plain, for conservative renters.

Pub Date: March 26th, 1943
Publisher: Appleton-Century