ALL YOUR BORN DAYS by Heath Bowman

ALL YOUR BORN DAYS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Bowman is better at travel than he is at fiction, and by the same token, the travel aspects of this novel about restless Alan Reed are the best parts of a no-better-than-average novel. From Princeton to South America, back to New York where the crash sets him on the skids, into a bum's life, then up the ladder to a selling job, round and about Mexico, another glimpse of success -- and another flop. Finally, it is an accident that saves his marriage, and a return to the old home town saves his sanity. A bit dull, much of the time -- with the travel material making it almost worthwhile.

Pub Date: Aug. 28th, 1939
Publisher: Bobbs, Merrill