White Russian Passport. Del FRAZIER.

White Russian Passport

Hollywood: Oxford Press, (1941). 8vo. Cloth. 325 p. 1st ed. Fine in d.w. with minor wear at edges. [74887]

Novel of White Russian emigrés which is described on the dust wrapper in this fashion: "Olga Petroski, a devastatingly beautiful Russian Princess, robbed of her birthright, is a fugitive without passport. Her life, shadowed by the relentless O.G.P.U., by death and ceaseless peril, is a struggle for the things all other women claim as their right - love, a home, a country. The persecution of the White Russians, their adventurous struggle for survival, their intrigues, their moments of love and passion stolen from a tense world - these form a vivid tale, vibrant with life on every page." Frazier, who is identified as a writer and director at Warner Brothers, has garnered blurbs from various film folk, notably William Beaudine and Mack Sennett, for whom this novel is a "great human document" which "grips the heart strings from the first page to the last"

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