Books: Great Grandmother

HEAT LIGHTNING — Helen Hull — Coward-McCann ($2.50).

Some people, thanks largely to their fathers and mothers, are still of some good in the world. Authoress Hull, in a remarkably feminine but unsentimental novel, shows the home-fire therapy at work, shows to what beneficent ends its Lares & Penates can keep house. When Amy Norton begins to feel that her marriage with Geoffrey is an experience outworn, that they are both becoming drugs on each other's market, she leaves New York, runs back home to Midwestern Flemington. Here, headed by old Grandmother Westover, called...

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