SING ALL THE SUMMER by Harriet Henry

SING ALL THE SUMMER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Very good story of marriage, capably done, with adroit dialogue and good characterization. An unsophisticated girl, out for a good time, marries an overly conscientious lawyer, who puts his work before his wife. She walks out on him and he calls her bluff, so on the rebound she gets a divorce and marries a playboy, only to find that she is quickly fed up. He makes it easy for her to get out of this trap of her own contriving, and she goes back to the man she really loves.

Publisher: Dodd, Mead