Category Archives: Vida Hurst

Blind Date

“What must a girl do to be popular?” Cynthia Carter couldn’t get a date to her town’s Valentine’s dance and has just been stood up in the worst way.  A blind date scuttled off after pretending to be called away, … Continue reading

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No Such Girl

I’m not really sure why it took me so long to purchase and read No Such Girl by Vida Hurst.  It’s perfect really, the complete epitome of what I collect.  It was published in 1932, is one of Grosset and … Continue reading

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