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A Man for Marcy by Rosamond du Jardin
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A Man for Marcy (1954)

by Rosamond du Jardin

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In her senior year in high school, Marcy's steady date, Steve, departs for his freshman year at college. Marcy and some friends in a similar plight form the "Widow's Club." Many of the girls drop out, but Marcy is determined to stay true to Steve...until jealousy threatens to destroy their relationship. Some sound advice from Marcy's brother, Ken, and some straightforward thinking by Marcy herself help her find a fresh new approach to the year of "widowhood."
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