FRIENDS AND ROMANS by Virginia Faulkner

FRIENDS AND ROMANS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A light, sophisticated and thoroughly entertaining story in the modern -- but not too modern -- manner. The setting is Italy today -- the theme is the story of a concert pianist and her many affairs. Political intrigue -- artistic circles -- amusing interplay of characters -- smart dialogue -- audacity without the only too frequent concomitant of smut. Good summer fiction for those who like their sauce tasty.

Pub Date: July 12th, 1934
Publisher: Simon & Schuster