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The end justifies the means. A maxim embraced by individuals and groups throughout history as a convenient method of obtaining their goals. Wars have been waged, whole nations have perished or been born, millions of people have lost their lives, fortunes have been won or lost, all with this maxim as the root cause.
It is a philosophy that is blind to everything but a desired goal, regardless of whether the goal is good or bad, regardless of the fate or fortune it may hold for those affected.
Tom Jamison is a successful salesman who has worked his way near the top of a large company, but finds his career and marriage threatened by a compulsive and destructive urge to gamble. He capitalizes on the beauty and innocence of his wife, Janet, in an effort to resolve his difficulties.
The horrible degradation inflicted upon Janet in an innocent attempt to aid her husband is, indeed, shocking. But her story and the story of depraved people in our midst is one which should be told.
LOANED WIFE — a startling novel with an important message for our divided nation.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number EL-2024 in the original publications (a duplicate).