HAWTHORNE HOUSE by Adele de Leeuw

HAWTHORNE HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A pleasant teen-age pastoral with all the fixin's -- a houseful of problem people, a heavy crush on an undeserving sharple, a different boy friend who finally flys into the net, and of course the senior prom. Debbie Hawthorne, determined to save the old Hawthorne sance from sale and hoping for material for a writing career, suggests taking in paying guests as a solution. Soon a motley group arrives. Debbie finds herself untangling personality problems, and becoming faint at the sight of dashing Lance Gresham. However, Lance turns out to be an unsavory individual and Debbie is disenchanted. Then there is Rhoda, Debbie's classmate and boarder, who is casting

Publisher: Macmillan