MARJORIE'S ANTIQUE SHOP by Dorothy orman

MARJORIE'S ANTIQUE SHOP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good reading, though not a very convincing story -- as two girls, both pretty young, succeed against odds in carrying out a project of running an antique shop with the background of Marjorie's ancestral home and possessions drawn from attic and cellar and overfilled rooms. There's a mystery -- two in fact -- and both are solved, and one supplies the answer to the problem of a disappearing fortune. A good deal of date on antiques finds a place in the story, but not handled in such a way as to suggest this as a vocational book or a how-to-do-likewise tale.

Pub Date: May 14th, 1942
Publisher: Penn