MEMO TO TIMOTHY SHELDON by Marian Sims

MEMO TO TIMOTHY SHELDON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A triangle story, told by a woman looking back at herself and her dual love, -- the one for the still small-boy-husband, to whom she has been married for twelve years, and to whom she is united by bonds too strong to break, and by her realization of his need for her -- and the writer and professor who meets her on the intellectual side, mentally challenging and physically attracting her. Strictly a book for women, told with sympathy, ease and a certain charm. Slight -- for rentals.

Pub Date: Oct. 13th, 1938
Publisher: Lippincott