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par Grace Livingston Hill
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I was on a Grace Livingston Hill kick a while back and read several of her novels. They are always quaint and old-fashioned, sometimes a little preachy, but almost always a nice relaxing read. ( )
Back cover says it well: "Kerry's beloved father was dead, and his precious manuscript, his life's work, was in her keeping. But could Kerry overcome all that stood between her and delivering the manuscript to her father's publisher? Could she withstand her beautiful, spoiled little mother who wanted her to abandon her father's masterpiece? Could she escape the cunning plans of a man who would stop at nothing - even kidnapping - to steal the manuscript and take credit for her father's genius? And could she trust the handsome young stranger who offered her his quiet strength, wisdom - and love?"
Always appreciate the way this author writes and the way she always weaves into her stories that "lasting happiness is a relationship with God through his Son, Jesus Christ". I thought the most precious moment in this story was on the last page, the gift and words of Mr. McNair that truly showed how great his love was for Kerry.
Kerry is the sweet sheltered daughter of a famous writer who has died after finishing his masterpiece. Her foolish flapper mother wants to burn it, and an unscrupulous hack writer wants to steal it. Kerry's job is to escape from both of these people, and get the precious manuscript to the publisher. She has several close calls onboard the steamship she takes back to America, and is helped by a nice young lawyer. Honesty and true love finally prevail.
Kerry Kavanaugh’s world is shaken when her father dies, leaving behind his unpublished book—his life’s work. A determined Kerry sails for New York to meet with her father’s publishers but is faced with a new challenge when a page of notes goes missing. Someone is out to steal the manuscript! But with a ship full of strangers, who can’t she suspect?
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Classification décimale de Melvil (CDD)813.52 — Literature English (North America) American fiction 20th Century 1900-1944
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