FAMILY HONEYMOON by Homer Croy

FAMILY HONEYMOON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Rather obvious trivia having to do with Hetty's marriage to Professor Gram and their honeymoon with her four children, whose activities, escapades and demands kept Hetty and Gram apart, from Missouri to the Grand Canyon and back. Everything combines to ruin the honeymoon and the marriage before it is even started, -- from tourist train, to Indians and polecats. But back home, the crisis of Gram's innocence of a murder charge brought against him brings better understanding and a new chance. In spite of the bedroom angle of wedding but no marriage, this is antiseptically clean, rural in humor and unsophisticated in style.

Pub Date: May 27th, 1942
Publisher: Harper