LIFE IS FOR LIVING by Kay Lipke

LIFE IS FOR LIVING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In lighter vein than the author's Lynn Malone's Daughter -- less substance. Good romance, however, in the story of young Gail, who has to buck various disillusionments before she realizes that life must be lived to the full. There's a definite ""self help"" note -- and less syrup than in the usual romance. Primarily for rental libraries.

Pub Date: April 16th, 1936
Publisher: Stokes