HUE AND CRY by Elizabeth Yates

HUE AND CRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The nobility of love and nature are again at the heart of a new novel by an established women's writer. Melody, deaf, finds means of comfort and communication in nature- and then in her New Hampshire farmlands home shields Dan, a bitter Irish immigrant, from a rashly committed theft and helps him towards a new understanding of life. Refreshing sweetness to this.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1953
Publisher: Coward-McCann