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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Little Known Elsie Lee Title Feb. 21 2005
By Virginia Allain - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
I saw this going on E-Bay for $122. Here's how the seller described it: "This is indeed the same Elsie Lee that wrote "The Nabob's Widow." This is an extremely rare book, published in an elegant velveteen hard cover by Brandywyne Books. I think there may have been a soft cover of this book, but I have never found one. The book is about a woman, Rachel Page Prentice, who leaves her husband of 16 years and sets out to find happiness. It is classic Elsie Lee."

I've been an Elsie Lee fan for about 30 years and never have I seen this book.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Lee's book was not very fulfilling Dec 30 2007
By R. R. Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Have the velvety hardcovered copy that i found in near mint condition online this year....the price was less than $30.00. Unfortunately, this book is NOT a classic Elsie Lee novel and the ending was completely mystifying because there had been no real character development (as there is all of her books) to explain the heroine's actions. Nabob's Widow, Diplomatic Lover, Roommates and Star of Danger are all better books than this one. I am an avid Elsie Lee fan and have and love all of her books (even have her very well written cookbooks), but this book made it seem like she was being paid by the word instead of for the book's content.

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