UNCOMMON PEOPLE by Helen Hull

UNCOMMON PEOPLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good popular appeal in a collection of short stories, dealing in large part with the adjustments necessitated by the depression. One or two psychic stories. Most of the stories have appeared in magazines. Note this as one of the collections of short stories to put on your rental library shelf for convalescents. So many short stories how tend toward the morbid, that the very real read for short, pleasing reading is difficult to meet.

Pub Date: March 25th, 1936
Publisher: Coward, McCann