AIRLINE GIRL by Patricia 'Malley

AIRLINE GIRL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Presumably sound technical background for a weak and unevenly written story, virtually plotless. Caddy Palmer has a minor job in the publicity department of T.W.A. and the story is in the T.W.A. airport in Washington. There are descriptions of flights, of student pilots, of airport routine, of holiday journeyings by plane, of the romance between Caddy and a young pilot. Progress in Caddy's chosen profession seem indiscernible. Nonetheless, any career in air for girls finds interest -- and markets.

Publisher: Dodd, Mead