AND RIDE FORTH SINGING by Katharine Dunlap

AND RIDE FORTH SINGING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For lighter, slighter tendencies toward the sentimental, this story of Monique, who leaves Paris for the French countryside to get away from Andre, idol of the resistance, whom she no longer loves. In her rural retreat she finds new interests, in the restoration of la patrie, in Tony- a painter, and particularly in Guy with whom she falls in love. But when Guy learns that Andre, who had saved his life, wants his girl, he gives her up, and it is Andre who has to make the generous gesture which restores Guy to Monique... Innocently, inconsequentially ingratiating. For rent.

Pub Date: Jan. 4th, 1948
Publisher: Morrow