THE MASTER OF JETHART by Alice Dwyer-Joyce

THE MASTER OF JETHART

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A little snowdrop about Belinda, whose mother had married a black McLean (there is that curse); he dies and, after supporting herself and Belinda in England as a seamstress, she follows. Belinda goes back with her cousin David to Old Jethart in Scotland--such a grand place were it not for the legend. And David is yet another casualty until Belinda and Hamish, also an orphan, reclaim each other and Jethart. As moist as a teabag the second time around.

Pub Date: Dec. 16th, 1976
Publisher: St. Martin's