PERFECT SPECIMEN by Samuel Hopkins Adams

PERFECT SPECIMEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An attempt to recapture the charm of It Happened One Night --without quite pulling it off. But the story suggests that one (this time it is a grandson and heir to millions, who is wrapped in cotton wool -- and not a daughter). A curious and adventure-minded maiden takes a hand in reforming him -- he runs away to live -- and adventures crowd upon him. A bit fantastic, but good entertainment. My hunch is that the story is being screened -- and there may be a tie-up in sales in the offing. Rental library romance.

Pub Date: Feb. 15th, 1936
Publisher: Liveright