LETTY AND THE LAW by Faith Baldwin

LETTY AND THE LAW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Modest in length and substance, but Baldwin is a dexterous story teller, no matter what her medium. Short but sweet tale of Letty, spoiled society spitfire who falls for a serious minded young barrister, and whose escapades make him refuse to deviate from his path. They have a succession of squalls as the youth insists on putting work first, particularly when he becomes assistant D.A. Eventually, Letty calms down and meets him on his own terms -- or nearly so. Rentals.

Pub Date: Aug. 29th, 1940
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart