Stephen Blair, a young minister, comes to Cartersville and breaks through the cordon of social pride and prejudice of its...

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Stephen Blair, a young minister, comes to Cartersville and breaks through the cordon of social pride and prejudice of its first families, ignores influence, and is anxious to reconcile the personal problems of his parishioners. But he is less decisive when it comes to making up his mind between Carol Carter and her friend Pat- who is less suitable for him- and Bill Shelton, a newspaperman, makes up a fourth in the muddled romancing here. Wholesome and clearly articulated.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1955