THAT FLANNIGAN GIRL by Patsy Ruth Miller

THAT FLANNIGAN GIRL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Hollywood again, and closer to the Albert book, Remember Valerie March, than to some of the more far-fetched Hollywood yarns. This has not the toughness nor the tartness of the Albert book; it is more straight story of career versus romance, and is keyed to rentals primarily. Denise Arden is the glamor girl, and her life is told, partly through throwbacks alternating with current happenings, in tricky narrative device. Not high class, but readable entertainment.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1939
Publisher: Morrow