BED AND BOARD by Virginia Bird Martin
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BED AND BOARD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A superior piece of somewhat light fiction, in a cross section of a typical New York suburban young married set, drifting casually into incidental affairs with each others wives and husbands, kept going by artificial stimulant, taking up anything new for a gag. A quiet, small town girl holds the center of the stage. For years she has tried to stifle her boredom with her husband and their way of life, and finally follows suit -- and finds herself in the wrong. An up-to-the-minute, sophisticated, wise cracking line of patter throughout, a lacquered surface disguising the true feelings of the men and women involved. Katherine Brush audience.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1938
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart