DEDE O'SHEA by Peggy Goodin


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KIRKUS REVIEW eleven and at cross purposes with her family, her school and her conscience. Her sounding board is the new tenant of their guest house, widowed Karen Mitchell who was crippled in the accident which killed her husband, and as the problems which bedevil Dede reach Karen's ears, she comes clear of her own misery and finds an answer in Dede's faith. A young Californian makes a pleasant heroine with an addiction to truth- and consequences.

Pub Date: May 29th, 1957
Publisher: Dutton