THE OLD MAN'S PLACE by John B. Sanford

THE OLD MAN'S PLACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This for the Farrell -- Cain -- Appel audience -- who take their literature tough, and like it. A story of some down-and-outers who elect to settle on the father of one of them in an upstate New York farm, where they bum and loaf and poach. One of them gets involved with a girl through a matrimonial agency, and free-for-all fight results in half-hearted reformation on the part of another. Raw -- yes -- but entertaining at that.

Pub Date: Oct. 28th, 1935
Publisher: Albert & Charles Boni