STATION WAGON SET by Faith Daldwin

STATION WAGON SET

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A string of ex-novelettes about the unmarrieds, the about-to-be, and the marrieds living a gold fish bowl existence in a New England town about sixty miles from New York, Little Oxford. Although the characters appear intermittently throughout the book, each chapter takes up a specific crise de cocur. The husband who escapes through drinking, another defeated by his wife's possessiveness, five or six sets of young love with social register, bohemians, and lesser lights alternately heading the cast. It's a tall order, but Faith's an old and master hand at it, and this is the best in some time.

Pub Date: Dec. 4th, 1939
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart