MORNING GLORY by Lucy Poate Stebbins

MORNING GLORY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For the Laring -- Hauck audience -- good light reading for the conservative. The romance of a widow whose usefulness seems to come to an end when her daughter and her father no longer need her. She becomes housekeeper to a grumpy man who wants a companion for his ward who has been brought up like a Japanese girl -- and it is the widow who finds romance in the end. Rental libraries.

Pub Date: April 10th, 1936
Publisher: Penn