PAY WHIPNEY, H. N. by Hancock,

PAY WHIPNEY, H. N.

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KIRKUS REVIEW

young Pat, out to defend her uncle Dan against young whom the respects of trying to share her uncle's practice. During the of her romance, as it way along, she renovates a young girl dominated by her mother, sees the end of a broken marriage, sends a foolish mother home to her family, a wife to her husband, palms one of her suitors off on a fellow , seen the happy ending of uncle Dan's old romance. In other words she dosen't miss a trick at the hospital or home, and eventually lands in her own love's arm after some competition. Practically too much for your money.

Pub Date: Feb. 9th, 1941
Publisher: Macrae Smith