THE WINDS OF LOVE by Agnes Sligh Turnbull

THE WINDS OF LOVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mark this for the author's faithful following only--plus those who will agree when the women of the suburban town of Lemming declare that the institution of quilting parties will ""keep sex from filling the [high school] girls minds so completely."" The principal is ""thrilled into real hope."" And so is our leading lady, Katherine, who has steadily refused to give a divorce to her straying husband David. However, no moper she--there's another marriage to save, a spinster teacher to rescue for courtship, a teenage pregnancy to steer into wedlock, and then, of course, David returns. Rock-ribbed sentiments for the fans who listeth not the winds of change.

Pub Date: May 27th, 1977
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin