THE HILLS OF HOME by Nancy Hartwell

THE HILLS OF HOME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The dilemma of marriage, career, and family seems staggering to Darcy Hewlitt, in her first year after leaving school, but her strong attachment to her home in the Vermont hills, her love of the country in which she was born, not only gives her the power to resolve these problems, but gives courage to the young man she loves. In essence, this is a conventional and adequately written teen-age love story which doesn't really seem to be solidly welded to the theme of the need of the individual to discover his roots.

Pub Date: Aug. 25th, 1958
Publisher: Henry Holt