THE MAN THE DEVIL DIDN'T WANT by Percival Christopher Wren

THE MAN THE DEVIL DIDN'T WANT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Triple confessional, in which three sides of a story dovetail into a whole. Twin brothers, both loving the same girl, and one of them tricking the others into acceptance of the fact of his blindness, when he is invalided home from service in the Foreign Legion. How the fake is discovered and the use that is made of it, makes a new twist for an old triangle. Smooth tale-telling for a trick way of telling the story, and readable enough of its kind. Rentals primarily. Note shift of author from Houghton, Mifflin to Macrae, Smith.

Pub Date: Jan. 3rd, 1939
Publisher: Macrae Smith