Companion piece to United They Stand, which was the most substantial, convincing book the Lieferants had done to date. This...

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THEY ALWAYS COME HOME

Companion piece to United They Stand, which was the most substantial, convincing book the Lieferants had done to date. This too is a quiet, sympathetic family story about the five Van Linden girls and their problems, to greater and lesser degree. Contemporary in period and spirit, with personalities that strike a familiar note, and situations that ring true, as the sisters' problems of marriage and parenthood are worked out with the steadying, understanding love of their parents as anchors to windward, eventually setting them straight. Should be good library and rental material.

Pub Date: Feb. 19, 1942

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Publisher: Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1942