WHEN IS A LADY? by Harriet Henry

WHEN IS A LADY?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Pleasant, volatile, should rent nicely. A deadset for The Nutmeg Tree, as a mother of casual virtue is brought up short by her daughter and what not. Connie isn't a lady, in the Social Register sense -- but she is fundamentally as straight as they come, and when she gets her daughters safely and respectably married, she relinquishes all claims to a marriage into the peerage, and goes back to her Dennis.

Publisher: Dutton