MUSHROOM HEAVEN by John Wilmot Wiley


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Good ""wholesome"" moral tale of a young architect who is trying to keep up the pace of feverish New York society, and who is caught short when the crash breaks upon his existence. The mother from the small town, left on his hands through his father's death, helps pull him out of the morass, and steer him away from the wrong girl to the right. He finds himself again as a soda jorker, and life is brightening on the horizen. Pretty sappy, but the rental library strap hangers' brigade will like it.

Publisher: Appleton-Century