FAR BLUE HORIZONS by Mary Howard

FAR BLUE HORIZONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Can't say much for this! More Egypto-Anglophila, as Celia, young and steadfast, becomes secretary to engineer Gerald Graham and accompanies him to Egypt, there to find her functions vary from taking care of the child, Una, to watching over the wife, addicted to jewels and drugs. Myra, the wife, after much trouble-shooting, stones by committing suicide and leaving the coast clear for Celia.

Pub Date: March 20th, 1942
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran