BENBOW AND THE ANGELS by Margaret J. Baker

BENBOW AND THE ANGELS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The sturdy children of British juveniles have a penchant for plunging fearlessly into secret tunnels, finding buried treasure and consolidating their financial futures. Therefore, although the Angels- Andrews, Timandra, Wren, and Lindsay Jane- whose parents are reported missing in Korea, easily marshal their rather substantial strengths. They establish themselves in the home of a bachelor second cousin- a country parson, they redeem a confirmed atheist, cement a friendship with his daughter, promote a romance between the rector and their tutor, and uncover several hoards of hidden valuables. Benbow Tailor, who appeared in previous books, aids the Angels in their endeavors.

Pub Date: Aug. 20th, 1952
Publisher: Longmans, Green