ROGER THE LODGER by Elizabeth R. Roberts

ROGER THE LODGER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An airy, light and entertaining tale of what can happen to a kindhearted couple and a 10-room house in a war crowded town, with their one son gone to the war. Their patriotism and their inability to say ""No"" result in their taking in fly Roger, an overly helpful guy who finaglas the other tenants into the house, invites dinner guests, repeatedly wrecks the Roberts' car. A steady stream of lodgers couples with babies, factory hands, a drunkard, and so on, while himself mores in and out, ignoring hints. Cleverly told amusing, pleasant pastim

Pub Date: Sept. 26th, 1947
Publisher: Greenberg