NO VACANCY by Mary Jane Rolfs

NO VACANCY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A quiet story of very real people against the unhackneyed background of a California motel. Mamie Fanagan, just turned 40, had been supporting herself from her teens, and only when Mike Scanion came along, recovering from a second unhappy marriage, did she find half-forgotten emotions stirring. But Mike was wary- and it wasn't until a big hotel man pushed Mamie into a quick sale, that he decided he wanted to be part of her life. So they left together for exploration of the wonders of the travel folders Mamie had dreamed over for years. An effective story despite its tranquillity.

Pub Date: Nov. 13th, 1951
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin