West of the Hill
Macmillan Company, 1949 - 248 страница
"Here is a heart-warming novel about Maine people two generations ago. The tall, chestnut-haired girl named Molly had grown up in an atmosphere of poverty, loneliness, and fear among the fishermen who worked along the coast, shut off from the inland farms by a great forest-covered hill. "West of the Hill" meant happiness to Molly - an impossible dream. But the dream came true when she bundled up her few rags and rode off with stalwart young Brad Hartwell, fish peddler and farmer.
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