SAM AND ME by Joan Tate

SAM AND ME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The True Confessions of a frigid young bride who kidnaps a baby and learns that making another person happy involves more than agreeing--""you (have) to do something positive sometimes too."" So she snaps at her husband when he breaks a dish; ""'Well, that's a start,' he said gently."" It's also a fatuous finish to pulpy love English-style (and looks as dangerously young as Hayley-Mills' first movies).

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1969
Publisher: Coward-McCann