New York: Signet Books, 1952.
N.A.L SIGNET BOOKS 930.
A powerful Novel of a Tragic Love.
A SIGNET BOOK.
Complete and Unabridged
N.A.L SIGNET BOOKS …Good Reading for the Millions
Who was to Blame in this Tragic Affair? Matthew Cameron, child of divorce, was denied the love he sought from his family and friends. So he turned to a stranger…in an affair that was doomed from the start.
“…the central figure of this story seems at once child and adult. His troubles are sexual, both subtle and crude, such as troubles always are. But when he comes to Finistère, to Land’s End, he is a symbol of many of us who seek a little support but cannot find it in a world of selfishness and confusion.”
- Dr. Frederic Wertham
This is a sensitive, penetrating novel of universal social importance, brilliantly written by an important new author. FRITZ PETERS was born in Madison, Wisconsin and spent much of his childhood in France. He’s an ex-member of the famous 29th Division. The original editions of his first novel, The World Next Door (Signet #813 abridged), and of Finistère, were published by Farrar, Straus & Young, Inc.
Published by the New American Library.