HEIRS OF MRS. WILLINGDON by Mathilda Eiker

HEIRS OF MRS. WILLINGDON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Second rate English story, rather smartly written with a distinct striving toward wit and humor. Mrs. Willingdon dies, leaving everything to her chauffeur who has been her lover. The ghouls, in the shape of her family, descend upon the household, and the next generation proves that they have inherited some of her tendencies. A book that can be passed up without loss.

Pub Date: Aug. 8th, 1934
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran