NEXT YEAR WILL BE DIFFERENT by Maude Williamson
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NEXT YEAR WILL BE DIFFERENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A second rental item by a newcomer who should prove good property, this time on the Ursula Parrott throb-in-the-throat side. This is about Rhoda Richards, radio star, who at sixteen fell in love for keeps with a charming fly-by-night who dilettantes around with women and real estate. She takes pretty much of a roller-coaster ride, sees him through a marriage for the sake of fair play, stands by his child, until finally he settles for Rhoda and monogamy. Sentiment, but it wont cloy, with modern dialogue and morality.

Pub Date: Oct. 5th, 1939
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart