ROUGH AIR by Ernest Haycox

ROUGH AIR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A mediocre novel with the eternal triangle pattern against a background of Hollywood. An ace, disillusioned by flying for a transportation company, a lovely young girl reporter, and two movie stars contact with whom brings to them the taint of scandal. Just how it folds and unfolds is of little matter -- the plot is a bit melodramatic, neither good nor bad. But there is plenty of action, some mystery and the Hollywood flavor, for those who like it.

Pub Date: Oct. 10th, 1934
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran