MARRIAGE FOR ROSAMUND by Louise Platt Hauck

MARRIAGE FOR ROSAMUND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mediocre sweetness and light, which the rental library light-weights and the branch public libraries consume with gusto. Sweet, old-fashioned Rosamund marries a Westerner and has a problem to face when her husband backs his lame brother in riotous living and brawling. She leaves his bed and board, becomes companion to a doctor's elderly aunt, and has a safe and sane flurry with the doctor. Reunion ends all.

Pub Date: Oct. 15th, 1937
Publisher: Penn