MEDITERRANEAN BLUE by Yvonne Cloud

MEDITERRANEAN BLUE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Again a derivative of the Norman Douglas School, though there is more of plot and less of characterization and satiro and background. A story of an ex-sales-girl who strives to keep two affairs working at the same time, -- the one with a bon vivant of the old school, who has brought her to the south of France, the other with one of the now school of seducers. Further complications develop on the spot and Josephine finally succumbs to the legalization of her amours in direction number three. Amusing in spots, but unimportant except to swell rentals where there is demand for books of this type.

Pub Date: July 20th, 1934
Publisher: Vanguard