MY FAMILY, RIGHT AND WRONG by John Philip III Sousa

MY FAMILY, RIGHT AND WRONG

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The grandson of the famous March King reports on a family which takes its place in the annals of helterskelter, harumscarum households. There was Father, whose interests ran to shotguns, fishing tackle, the police, civic affairs; there was mother who managed the exchequer and played solitaire with her cancelled checks, who gravitated between reorganization and collapse, caster oil and mystery stories; there was Nancy who slept in her raccoon coat; there was Red who ran errands for Coca Cola. Lots of incident, light-hearted, light-minded episodes of a distinctly original nature. Good entertainment.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1943
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran