BAKER'S DOZEN by Kathleen Norris

BAKER'S DOZEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Short stories of all kinds, but mainly dealing with middle and lower middle class people. Domestic problems, young marrieds struggling along, one or two involving criminals, a few with the Irish-American background that she has done before -- and nine out of ten times a happy ending, though there are a few with romances gone astray. Not quite as much love interest as in her novels. You know your market for this.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran