FREE AND CLEAR by Marguerite McIntyre

FREE AND CLEAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A family story set against a Maine farm, with Matthew striving to keep his land free of mortgage, but finally having to succumb to send his children to school. His loyalty to and love of the soil does not prevent him from understanding the rest of his family, and his sympathetic solution of their problems works out well for everyone. There is warm affection in the descriptions of farm life and chores, and the family, its problems, neighbors, and life has a strong feeling of reality. Homespun perhaps, but likeable.

Pub Date: Nov. 27th, 1939
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart