WHEN LIGHTS BURN LOW by Helen L. Toner

WHEN LIGHTS BURN LOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Too many books of this general inspirational type are flooding the market that the ""just fair"" book is lost, except where a specific market is tapped. Miss Toner is a Methodist minister known around Lynbrook, N. Y. as a speaker. She has done a good deal of writing for religious publications, and her chief audience will be among those who read these periodicals. When Lights Burn Low is simply written in a rather modern style with frequent allusions to new psychological views, modern trends, even such apparently extraneous subjects as Elsa Maxwell. A long step from old-fashioned Methodism, but still not an important book.

Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury