ROOF OVER OUR HEADS by Marguerite Dickson

ROOF OVER OUR HEADS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Georgia Lane felt as though life had come to an end, when the loss of her job in Boston determined her mother on a move back to the town where people still remembered the cloud over her dead husband's memory -- but where the gift of a house provided them with ""a roof over their heads"". The primary interest in the story lies- not in solving the mystery of the disappearance of the bank's $10,000, but in making a place for themselves, and finding that there is more than one way of life.

Pub Date: Aug. 4th, 1948
Publisher: Nelson