LOST KARIN by Elisabeth Kyle

LOST KARIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another in the Holly Hotel series. Mrs. Maitland and her young daughter run a paying guests establishment in Scotland. This time, the wealthy young child heiress of American Daniel Cloot is waylaid by a disgruntled thief who has heard of plans to send her to Holly Hotel and the safety of the country village. The same group of children, a covy of new young guests, and the old friend, the antique hound, hunt for and eventually aid Karin. She is herself a chip off the old enterprising block. The mystery is a bit on the dull side, but the youngsters are nice, though they seem immature compared to the average American boys and girls of that age.

Pub Date: Aug. 23rd, 1948
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin