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Author: Grace Livingston Hill
1971 Bantam Edition. Grace Livingston Hill # 29. Beautiful Jane Scarlett, orphaned, impoverished, alone- finds the difficult way back to her mysterious origins with the help- and love- of an impulsive, boyishly attractive, fledgling lawyer.
ISBN: 44008
Pages: 220
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Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Similar to Ms. Hill's other books, yet with a difference. The wealthy almost a lawyer (he makes it onto the letterhead during the book) finds the girl his firm is looking for, loses her, finds her again, she finds out that the girl she served at the button counter is his sister, and everything works out well. While it's working out, first she, then he, then his sister come to know Jesus salvation, and romance hits all over the place. I noticed a song quoted in the book that I learned as a child, and now I'm singing it all day long, either aloud or silently. A very good result from the book.
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