INTERRUPTED HONEYMOON by Pauline Benedict Fischer

INTERRUPTED HONEYMOON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Clean fun, though the plot may not sound so. The idea centers around the postponement of the wedding night of a newly married couple. Determined to spend their honeymoon alone-at-last, they rent a hidden cottage, but a succession of mishaps result in their separation every night, and the natives seem leagued to make them miserable. A large city hotel finally supplies the solitude they seek. Of the froth frothy -- but it is good entertainment and you need have no qualms about recommending it to your conservatives.

Pub Date: Oct. 18th, 1935
Publisher: Penn