OUT IN SOCIETY by Margaret Culkin Banning

OUT IN SOCIETY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

There's quite the modern touch in this change-partners romance, set in an average fairly large town. One couple belongs to the white collar class, the other to the social upper crust; they swap horses in mid-stream, buck the obstacles of inheritance and money and the press, and their own happiness made paramount. Banning can be counted on for good workmanship; this is definitely more intelligent a job and all in all ""good gallivanting."" Excellent rentals; substantial sales.

Pub Date: March 21st, 1940
Publisher: Harper