WHITNEY AND SON by Inez Lopez

WHITNEY AND SON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One notch up the scale of the usual slick magazine stuff for a variation on the family problem novel. Barry returns to wife and family after a four year interlude, paying the piper in terms of his children's future, as against life with the woman he loves. But his children use his example as an alibi for their own actions, and succeed in embroiling them all in scandal, or near-scandal, from which Barry manages to extricate them. Rentals primarily -- females decidedly.

Pub Date: Oct. 13th, 1941
Publisher: Coward, McCann