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on December 3, 2003
After her adopted parents die, wealthy Marjorie searches out her destitute birth parents and siblings. The story involves why she had been adopted, romance, conversion testimonies, as well as health and wealth issues, and much suspicion from a twin sister. Brentwood is the name of the home they had in more plentiful times that represents the successful concluding reunion of this almost destroyed family.
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on March 20, 2000
What a quaint, old-fashioned story! The plot is impossible, but the characters are endearing, and the message of faith is valuable. It was a favorite of mine as a child, because it reminds me a bit of Frances Hodgson Burnett's A Little Princess! It isn't a children's book, but there are plenty of children in it! Wholesome.
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