THE WINDS OF SUMMER by Arlene Hale

THE WINDS OF SUMMER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Fleur goes home to Gold Dust City, a frontier town reconstruction, where her parents have been coping with her sister, where she avoids her longtime suitor remembering the kiss of a ""black stranger"" at a college masquerade ball, where there's been some sabotage, and where Bill Brown, looking for the mother who abandoned him in infancy, is none other than. . . . All in the ""Do I care,"" ""Do I dare to"" language of the rustproof romance.

Pub Date: Dec. 2nd, 1976
Publisher: Little, Brown