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Debutante Hill by Lois Duncan
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Debutante Hill (1958)

by Lois Duncan

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I really enjoyed most of this vintage book...Lois Duncan's first...but was totally let down by the ending. Most of the book is about learning to recognize the true value of others, but then there is the ending...the boyfriend comes home from university...the main character misses the climatic scene in the book...and true love solves all the problems. Ugh. This is a book about the senior year of high school, and all the protagonist ever thinks about is her social life. ( )
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In the 1950s, when the society families of Rivertown decide to launch their daughters in an elaborate debut season, beautiful Lynn Chambers is delighted until her father refuses to let her participate in this display of snobbishness and Lynn finds herself ostracized from the community in which she grew up.… (more)

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