MISS J. LOOKS ON by Sophie Kerr
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MISS J. LOOKS ON

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Excellent choice for your conservative women readers in a warmly human story, fluently written, gracefully conceived. Miss J. as secretary -- companion-housekeeper to the wife of a wealthy financier writes of the luxury of pre-crash days, the charm of a well-brought-up family, the effect of the crash on each of its members. Not an important book, but one that fills a neglected niche.

Pub Date: May 27th, 1935
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart