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The Winds of March (1964)

by Lenora Mattingly Weber

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How could a month begin so well and end so horribly? Katie Rose Belford's romantic hopes and personal ambitions are dashed by people she trusted and she plans to run away, but a terrifying situation rallies her energies and re-focuses her life. This second book in the Belford series allows Katie to take center stage and shows both her foibles and strength of character. As in the first volume, characters from the Beany Malone series (this time Johnny and Miggs Malone) are woven into the plot. Well done. ( )
  Bjace | Oct 20, 2013 |
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Katie Rose babysits for Johnny and Miggs Malone's infant daughter, Melody. While attempting to leave the remote farm, Katie Rose and the child are kidnaped. A suspenseful story unfolds.
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