LOOK OUT FOR LIZA by Faith Baldwin

LOOK OUT FOR LIZA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With an accent on gaiety, rather than glamor, this tells of Liza, with a wide-eyed way about her, who comes to New York when she is widowed at 26. Presumably helpless, Liza becomes the responsibility of her three trustees, a doctor, a banker, and a writer, Michael Lennox, irresponsible, unpredictable and susceptible to women. Promoting, gently, romances for the banker and the doctor, Liza also disposes of Michael's women, succeeds in securing him for herself... A disarming spriteliness to all this.

Pub Date: April 27th, 1950
Publisher: Rinehart