SIX LOST WOMEN by Louis Sobel

SIX LOST WOMEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another newspaperman turns his hand to human interest stuff in the story of six girls who seek fame and fortune in New York. A metropolitan medley, with attendant romance and tragedy. Its redeeming feature is a real feeling for New York -- but the story is inferior stuff, with a certain amount of rental library possibilities. Sobol's name is widely publicized now -- so it may catch on.

Pub Date: April 24th, 1936
Publisher: Claude Kendall