FLY AWAY, BLACKBIRD by Jerrard Tickell
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Good entertainment in the romantic field, with likeable characters, engaging sentimentality and diverting writing, which lifts the plot above the average run of the mill. The theme may sound stereotyped:- Irish Peter loves Austrian Nicola, Nicola loves Peter, but they are parted by Peter's career and Nicola's duty to her father. There are amusing bits; the regulation lovers' partings are handled with gay tenderness. Not over-moral, but not offensive to any but the rabid conservatives. It's a lot of fun.

Pub Date: April 29th, 1936
Publisher: Morrow