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A time too swift

by Poynter

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A decent historical fiction, as I recall. As someone said on Amazon, the main character is self-absorbed at first but grows as the story goes on. The ways in which early WWII events affect Marjorie's life are very plausible.
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Living in San Diego on the verge of World War II, fifteen-year-old Marjorie is confused by her romantic feelings for a handsome serviceman and her changing attitude toward the Japanese neighbors she has known all her life.

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Living in San Diego on the verge of World War II, fifteen-year-old Marjorie is confused by her romantic feelings for a handsome serviceman and her changing attitude toward the Japanese neighbors she has known all her life.

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