MARRIED MEN by F. G. Hurrell


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A story of the dangerous age in the life of a happily married man of forty, who neither seeks nor wants an adventure in casual romance, and whose pattern of life is made. A sensitive presentation of a more-than-common type of triangle, well written, and enlightening. The title leads one to expect the Macaulay sort of fiction -- it is a much better book than is suggested, and should have a fair sale and fair rental among the middle aged near-moderns.

Pub Date: July 26th, 1934
Publisher: Coward, McCann