VITTORIA COTTAGE by D. B. Stevenson

VITTORIA COTTAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

These romances of D. B. Stevenson's are always dependable as better than average reading and their good manners, taste and touches of humor are not without a quality of real goodness. This presents the Deerings, widowed Caroline, her daughters, Leda who is selfish, and Bobbie, who is effervescent, her sister who is a famous actress, her son, James, who comes home from Malaya, and her new friend Robert Shepperton. It is a story of small events, of Caroline's strength of character, and of her eventual happiness, and makes a ce family tale which is not saccharine.

Pub Date: Sept. 29th, 1949
Publisher: Rinehart