THE INTRUDER by Maude Parker

THE INTRUDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Long Island, and a fairly sleek social aura surrounding the uncomfortable situation which exists between Alan Reilly, his wife, Ruth, and Anne, the actress whom he loved. The tension of this triangle is enhanced by the arrival- from Italy- of Felice, whose theatrical gifts threaten the success of Anne's play, while the question mark of her paternity- and maternity- ultimately ends in murder, requites past injuries and present infidelities.... A strictly feminine narrative, and the matte make-up does not conceal the flaws.

Pub Date: Jan. 17th, 1951
Publisher: Rinehart