THREE DAUGHTERS by Ruth Eleanor McKee

THREE DAUGHTERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A good woman's book of the war period in the stories of three American sisters and their war work. It cross sections the part women played and lived through in those years. The war forms the background for Elizabeth's love for a Frenchman who is denied her; for Candy's growing up and finding love; for Camilla's bending the war to her own ends. Then the aftermath -- and the price each pays. A good job.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran