IMPERSONATION OF A LADY by Maude Parker

IMPERSONATION OF A LADY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mildly entertaining and rather original story of a feud in a small city, a ""war to the death"" between the grande dame of the community, accustomed to wielding the reins of government and posing as social arbiter, and a newcomer, a popular actress, accustomed to homage, who has married a young lawyer from the city, and who comes home with him, and finds there the challenge of social isolation. It's an unimportant book, but good enough reading of its sort, and might appeal to the not-too-discriminating among the Katherine Brush audience.

Pub Date: Aug. 28th, 1934
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin