The usual overdose of sweetness and light -- but the type of book certain patronizers of rental libraries and public...

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JANE OF LANTERN HILL

The usual overdose of sweetness and light -- but the type of book certain patronizers of rental libraries and public libraries devour in vast quantities. Jane, child of eleven, has been brought up to believe her father a wicked man, now dead. The mother is too weak to stand up to the grandmother, who had split up the marriage. Jane finds that her father is very much alive, reluctantly goes to visit him at Prince Edward's Island, and discovers she adores him and his life. Eventually she prevents a divorce and reunites her parents. You know the pattern, tried and true.

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Publisher: Stokes

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937