MRS DRUMMOND'S DAUGHTERS Mary Faid HB 1960 Ex-Lib
This is an ex-library hardback novel, with lots of library related wear, date pockets, stamps, cut up dj glued about, missing end papers, worn red boards, with marking on back board, very heavy edge wear, a tan and some foxing to pages and a split inside front gutter, with binding exposed.
Mrs Drummond's Daughters
Hurst & Blackett Books GB 1960
'We've been like ostriches!' declared Kitty, indignantly.
'It's been in my mind nigh and day,' said Grace.
'We've had three months since they sent us the first hint,' Mrs Drummond sighed.
Only Beth, the eldest of the three girls, kept her peace and tried to think what to do. For the Drummonds were losing their home; Mark Pentland, the new schoolmaster at Meikle Riggs, was bound to want to live in the schoolhouse.
Kitty and Grace and Mrs. Drummond planned to appeal to his better nature. Beth was too proud, but in the end it was she who worked the miracle, she who arranged everything, she who became the young schoolmaster's mentor and guide to the strange, dour ways of a Scottish village. And Mark found his thoughts straying more and more to Beth, in spite of the lovely, wilful, Erica who wore his ring.
And because Beth was shrewd and sensible as well as pretty, all turned out for the best for Mrs Drummond's Daughters...
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