LADES OF GRASS by Helen Markley iller

LADES OF GRASS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

oung Madge Conway is not thrilled about leaving civilized Indiana behind to live in a rough, half-settled valley in the Idaho of 1883. As her interest in horses mounts, she grows fonder of the valley. Meanwhile, brother Alan falls in love with Jen Tracey, daughter of a stuffy, unneighborly man from the East. All ends too happily as Mr. Tracey becomes a close friend of the Conways, Jen and Alan wed, and Madge goes on her horse-hearted way.

Pub Date: Oct. 4th, 1963
Publisher: Doubleday