THE SHINING CLOUD by Margaret Pedler

THE SHINING CLOUD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another dependable bit of tripe -- in the same old tradition. A young brother and sister, left penniless, take jobs as host and hostess in a hotel run by decayed gentlefolk. They put pep into the place -- and get themselves fairly snarled up in wheels within wheels of harbored grudges and complexes rooted in the past. The hero is a woman hater -- but wins through to the girl he grows -- reluctantly -- to love, in the end. For rental library consumption.

Pub Date: Jan. 17th, 1935
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran