TOMORROW THE ACCOLADE by Janet Deltrick

TOMORROW THE ACCOLADE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Army life setting -- written from the inside looking in. As a novel it may be criticised as overlong and over complicated, but there is an authentic feel to the problems confronting young officers in army posts, finances, special duties, commanding officers, the problems of marriage with no home roots and too little to do. The young couple of the story are likeable and understandable youngsters; there is good dialog, with its quota of army slang. Definitely, a big sale for army posts, for towns near by, for people with army affiliations and interests.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1937
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran