MY HEART SHALL NOT FEAR by Josephine Lawrence

MY HEART SHALL NOT FEAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

No particular centralization here, but a safety in numbers in these sequences of mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, fathers and sons, as they reflect generally feminine situations and sentiments. There's Patience Garrison, 21, who has just had her first baby, as she worries over their future; there's Lucy Gray, with two teen-agers, and a financially undependable husband, and the valid compromise she made; there are the three boys of Patience's Aunt Nellie, who all returned home- with wives- to live; there's Heather Garrison, dying of cancer, and trying to protect her husband who is equally trying to protect her; etc. etc. The qualms and queries of many of us- in a not too effusively feminine rendition and one which is reliably rentable.

Pub Date: April 18th, 1949
Publisher: Whittlesey House