LITTLING OF GAYWOOD by Edna Turpin
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LITTLING OF GAYWOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good mystery story with popular theme -- a tiny child, of unknown background and parentage, is left to the sympathetic and loving care of strangers, who cannot trace her history. Indian massacre and successive raids -- Tidewater Virginia activities in the heyday of Williamsburg -- and a good story well told should give this a substantial sale among those who want ""mystery, romance, adventure"".

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1939
Publisher: Random House