LITTLE SISTER by Mary Burchell

LITTLE SISTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The British brand of lighter love, (which doesn't include reticence) in the story of Alix, who at 17 sees her mother, Nina Verena, a famous singer, for the first time. Introduced as Verena's ""little Sister"", Alix' ingenuous innocence does not belong in her mother's self-centered world, but does charm Barry, former admirer of Verena. Verena's jealousy leads to vindictive deceit, from which Alix is saved by the protective intervention of the father she had never known -- and Barry wins her. ...Not top drawer, even at rental level.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1947
Publisher: Samuel Curl (Arcadia)