FATAL GIFT by Katharine Newlin Burt

FATAL GIFT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Second marriage -- his child and her child -- and the dangers of jealousy and inescapable sense of possessiveness, complicated in this instance by the daughter of one being incredibly beautiful ( and fairly dumb), and the daughter of the other being magnetic, mature emotionally, superficially a trifle brittle. Somewhat trite in the handling, but with a situation that is not too hackneyed.

Publisher: Macrae Smith