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Issue Details: First known date: 1932... 1932 Married in Haste
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'Married in Haste is the story of an ordinary girl - one of the thousands of quiet, neatly dressed, self-reliant Australian girls you see in catching the eight-thirty train from any suburb of any of our cities.

She fell in love with a young man called Timothy Brandon, but she did not realise the truth until Timothy became engaged to her sister Elizabeth. And then it seemed too late to do anything about it, and so she married that rising young politician and business man, Maurice Kent, and everybody expected that she would live happily ever after. But things were fated not to turn out that way. You'll find out what just did happen to when you read Married in Haste...' (Publisher's Blurb, 1 February 1932 p222)

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  • Commencement Date: 1 March 1932 Final Instalment: 1 August 1932

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First known date: 1932
Serialised by: The Australian Journal 1865 periodical (900 issues)
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