STEPPING UNDER LADDERS by Maysie Greig

STEPPING UNDER LADDERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Perhaps a touch of sin gives a new spice to a Maysie Greig, but this seems a pretty involved puss-in-the-corner story, without much to recommend it, even for the Greig addicts. The background is a small English village, where Margie's love affair is smashed by a prospective sister-in-law, and where Margie gets back at her by winning the disillusioned, sophisticated man in the case. It takes a few drinks to get him -- but it is all in line with the course she has chosen.

Pub Date: April 21st, 1939
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran