KEE-KEE AND COMPANY by Mary Brewster Hollister
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KEE-KEE AND COMPANY

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A story of modern -- though pre-war -- China, with suspicion of banditry and revolution hanging over the villages. Two white children, whose lives have been spent in China in a teaching mission compound, make a visit to a country town with their father and become involved in exciting adventures. A good yarn and the Chinese setting has a note of authenticity. Miss Hollister's most successful book so far.

Pub Date: Oct. 11th, 1938
Publisher: Dodd, Mead