WHITE CHRISTMAS by Fannis Hurst

WHITE CHRISTMAS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Somehow this story doesn't quite click. Elsa was at low ebb; her husband was dead, she was carrying a child she did not think she wanted, and her fingers had grown too clumey to make the favors she used to make. Then came the dreamed of order from the White House, and in filling it -- in sharing the spirit of the place -- in seeing the inside of the President's home she finds the old spirit of hope returning, and when her baby is born on Christmas Day, she knows he, too, has a chance to be president.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran