HIGHLAND TWILIGHT by Ishbel Ross

HIGHLAND TWILIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A far cry from the tempo and theme of Promenade Deck or of Marriage in Gotham. The story of a sophisticated London girl, of the two men in her life, and of her summer in a Highland village from which she has sprung. One does not feel that the girl is entirely convincing either in her relations to the Cabinet Minister whose secretary she is and who seeks her love, or to the tempestuous and primitive Highlander who catches her off guard and wins her momentary passionate surrender. But the story is rather fascinating reading, and the background of the typical Scotch village and the dour people is beautifully handled.

Pub Date: Sept. 5th, 1934
Publisher: Harper