DON'T EVER LEAVE ME by Katharine Brush

DON'T EVER LEAVE ME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It will sell -- but it's pretty trashy. Katharine Brush handles situations and dialogue with facility, but the story underlying this microscopic presentation of a country club dance, and -- not far away -- a cheap amusement park dance hall -- is a bit thin. A picture in contrasts and at its heart, the story of a wayward mother and her wayward son. Her first full length novel since Red Headed Woman -- has been serialized in Cosmopolitan.

Pub Date: April 22nd, 1935
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart