CITY HARVEST by Margaret Cheney Dawson

CITY HARVEST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Carol and her two men; Katie and her two men; cross purposes, adventuring out of bounds, experimenting with emotions -- of such is this rather entertaining story of New York composed. There is something of the TWENTY FOUR HOURS (Bromfield) pattern and the background is largely a New Year's Eve party with all its ramifications, with everyone aiming to make a fresh start and spoiling the chances by seeing and hearing too much or too little. Smartly written, modern in dialogue and commentary, but a bit confused in inception and development. However, there is enough of the authentic touch to give the flavor that makes for popularity in rentals.

Pub Date: Feb. 20th, 1934
Publisher: Macmillan