HEARING FALSE WITNESS by Harriet Henry

HEARING FALSE WITNESS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Pleasant renter for the better light moments, in a story of four young couples and the problems of to love, to leave or to marry. There is the bachelor who falls in love with a much-talked-of divorcee, who wont explain herself. There is his sister who thinks of leaving her husband for an adventuring correspondent -- but thinks twice and doesn't. There is the correspondent's compensation in a young debutante who drinks too much, but pulls out of it as he falls for her. And there is the cleaning woman's daughter (a ""general"" for them all) whose young man is about to enlist. All romantically righted at the close.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1942
Publisher: Dodd, Mead