Two Novels by Frances Parkinson Keyes Author:Francis Parkinson Keyes Senator Marlowe's Daughter — A full rich romance of an American girl, Faith Marlowe, in the swirl of royal and diplomatic life in the capitals of Europe, and in the New England and Washington homes of her tradition. The breathtaking thrills and anguish of great love and loyalty to husband and child, love of country and of lands across the sea... more », conflict within a very human heroine. When deep and unquenchable love faced stern and conventional duty, she was saved, for in Faith Marlowe was the strength and greatness of her ancestors. Mrs. Keyes unfolds a story of love and devotion that will thrill her many readers.
The Great Tradition
This novel which reveals the clash between the American and European ways of life, tells the story of Hand Christian, Faith Marlowe's son. Hans has been brought up as an American but secretly yearns to get back to Germany, for he remembers his happy childhood there before his father, a German aristocrat, was killed in World War I. In 1924, when he is eighteen years old, his longing becomes a reality, but his disillusionment as he becomes involved in the fury of the Third Reich is quick and cruel. Through overwhelming tragedy and horror he at last shakes himself free from the conflict of his heritage.« less