GALLANT TRAITOR by Mary Frances Doner

GALLANT TRAITOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The tried Montague and Capulet theme once more, in a story of a Michigan small town where Diana, of blueblood stock is valiantly farming the family homestead and upholding the family name and fame. Then all goes crash when she falls in love with the son of the family enemy. Romantic sub-plots, mock engagements for spite and respite, keep the love affair on the trigger. Lively enough for younger readers, but ideal for elderly renters and your conservative home folk.

Pub Date: July 22nd, 1938
Publisher: Penn