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SATAN'S PLAYGROUND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Rental library appeal -- and that of the less discriminating sort. A story of West Africa, with a British military outpost background, and native women problems, and the overhanging fear of insanity or -- worse still -- boredom. Something of the White Cargo and Rain aura, but it doesn't quite come off, and the story is not good enough to carry the sordid aspects.

Pub Date: Aug. 22nd, 1934
Publisher: Dodd, Mead