MRS. SEARWOOD'S SECRET WEAPON by Leonard Wibberley

MRS. SEARWOOD'S SECRET WEAPON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Proof that a dead Indian is a good Indian is the result of a lighthearted whimsy laid in wartime England. Mrs. Searwood, an entertaining widow, acquires the companionship of Chief White Feather's spirit who does her good turns to the tune of flying over the enemy and finding a new romance. Friendly fantasia.

Pub Date: Feb. 10th, 1953
Publisher: Little, Brown