THE LONGEST WAY ROUND by Marguerite Mooers Marshall

THE LONGEST WAY ROUND

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Of orphaned Marie Louise, a jeune fille en full fleur, who learns at 21 that her father is alive- and living in Canada. Leaving New York, and Chris (who loves her and calls her May Lou), with stars in those eyes that quickly cloud over, Marie Louise is warmly taken in by her father and his new family, is cavalierly courted by Jean, a cousin. But when her affections falter between Jean and Chris, it takes time- and an assist from her father- to head her back to New York and Chris... Sub-deb stuff.

Pub Date: Jan. 2nd, 1950
Publisher: Macrae-Smith