Ann Thorne in America

Ann Thorne in America

by Rosamond Bertram
©1948, Item: 92641
Hardcover, 192 pages
Used Price: $5.00 (1 in stock) Condition Policy

The books in this section are usually hardcover and in decent shape, though we'll sometimes offer hard-to-find books in lesser condition at a reduced price. Though we often put images of the book with their original dust jackets, the copies here won't always (or even often) have them. If that is important to you, please call ahead or say so in the order comments! 

From the dust jacket:

Readers of Ann Thorne – Reporter will welcome a further series of this lively and likeable heroine's adventures. Sent to "cover" the trial of an Englishman for murder in the States, Ann paves a way for herself by a piece of detective work on the liner which takes her to New York. Arrived at the scene of the trial, she is present at the murder in full Court of a witness about to establish an alibi for the Englishman. Luck, and a chance acquaintance of the New York underworld, provide Ann with the opportunity to help unmask those responsible for both these crimes. Being granted a holiday by her paper, she sets off for Hollywood, but sympathy for a fellow-journalist down on her luck deflects Ann from her purpose and provides her with a pleasant ending to her own American journey.

Did you find this review helpful?