STRANGER WITHIN THE GATES by Grace Livingston Hill

STRANGER WITHIN THE GATES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sunday school again, with our Horatio Alger specimen marrying a waitress who smokes, drinks, but cannot -- fortunately -- corrupt his family. She finally leaves him to cleaner paths, admitting the marriage was a frame-up, and he's through burning his fingers. Flocci-naucci-nihili-pilfication.*

Pub Date: Oct. 19th, 1939
Publisher: Lippincott