THE UNFORGOTTEN by Laura Conway

THE UNFORGOTTEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the third one of Laura Conway's slight and malleable romances in which Ann, a writer, seems to be repeating the experiences of her Victorian forebear Annis who had left a ""journal"" behind which she is extending into book form. But there are other hard to explain convergences -- particularly since each loves a man with a neurasthenic wife -- a love acknowledged by marriage in the happier ending. Perfectly pleasant in its undemanding fashion and like other forms of time travel, here today and gone tomorrow.

Pub Date: June 5th, 1972
Publisher: Monthly Review Press