Harriet and the Piper

by Kathleen Norris

The mature expression of a novelist whose books have brown in depth and intensity, not to say popularity, during the past few years.Harriet is the secretary of a very spoiled and beautiful wife. Her love affairs are difficult, the first unhappy through disillusionment, the later and real love threatened by her scruples against divorce and later by her fear that her husband will never love her. A great deal of atmosphere, much money and grandeur, talk of position and so forth.

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