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Flight of the Mandarins by Shirley Worrall

Flight of the Mandarins

by Shirley Worrall

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Daughter of the manse Ishbel Montrose had always wanted to become a missionary, so she was thrilled to leave 1920s Edinburgh for a post in Shanghai, accompanied by Gordon Campbell, a member of her father's church. Settling into her new home in China, she makes friends with Lian Chen and Mei Li, the daughters of a local tea merchant, and with Adam Butler, the Chens' American accountant. Meanwhile at home, her sister Mary has a suitor she must keep secret, and Robbie, their fourteen-year-old brother, has plans for stowing away to China...… (more)

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