WHEN HEARTS ARE LIGHT AGAIN by Emilis Loring

WHEN HEARTS ARE LIGHT AGAIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This -- for rentals -- is good light romance -- an ""up"" for Emilie Loring, whose last contributions have not been her best. Contemporary pattern background, in a story of Greg, who reluctantly resigns as a Captain in the Air Force to enter a more strategic if less glamorous position in his small town plane plant which is undergoing sabotage. Lila, his fiancee, jilts him; he saves face by marrying Gail, who, after all, is the better bet of the two. And together they make a success of both jobs.

Pub Date: Aug. 4th, 1943
Publisher: Little, Brown