TAKE HEED OF LOVING ME by Laura Conway

TAKE HEED OF LOVING ME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Though this was no doubt written as quickly as it will be read, Laura Conway's audience is an appreciable one and she tells a pretty story, this one traveling between two worlds. Now Cathleen Friend, a widow, joins her novelist aunt Harry in an old house with a haunted history where a young girl, Robin, has the gift. But it is Cathleen who trance-itions back to an earlier period and falls in love with Giles Stranger, once the squire of the house, whose wife met with a fatal accident. Time out of mind for that evanescent evening.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1975
Publisher: Saturday Review/Dutton