Good Daughters Author:Mary Hocking In a world of tradition change is always greeted with suspicion. To Stanley Fairley, the upheavals in his own family seemed to be as catastrophic as the changes that gripped Europe in the early 1930s. — He thought about his daughters--Louise, Alice and little Claire. They were growing up--turning into young women he hardly knew. Louise had bob... more »bed her hair and disappeared for hours at a time without saying where she was going. Alice dreamed of adventure, wild romance and exotic mystery. Even Claire seemed different these days.
The first volume in Mary Hocking's sparkling trilogy, GOOD DAUGHTERS, is a marvelously funny yet nostalgic picture of a sensible English family shaken by a rapidly changing world.« less