Synopses & Reviews
"I din' take it," William said. "Ethel took it. She — she sort of can't help herself. I always," he added virtuously, "try'n put back the things she's took." It all started with a rare event: William Brown read a book. And now he feels inspired to save his sister from a life of crime. The road to disaster is paved with William's good intentions. Ethel's behaviour has been rather odd — more so than is usual in a girl. But William, the Brown family's moral guardian, is determined to "reform" her — whatever the consequences . . .