TOMORROW MAY BE FAIR by Gladys Taber

TOMORROW MAY BE FAIR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Late Climbs the Sun was a better than average psychological novel, Now, with a second book, Gladys Taber establishes herself as distinctly above par, but an author for rather serious readers --not for those who want a light frothy story. A modern story of the depression, of a jobless man who feels he cannot claim the girl he loves and wants. The scene shifts from New York to an isolated farming section of Connecticut. A ""problem novel"" -- of circumstances rather than character.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1935
Publisher: Coward, McCann