Corners bumped, jacket shows slight edge wear. Inscribed and signed by author on title page, dated 14 November '86. A bright, attractive copy.
"Set in the town of Locke Horn in the state of Maine, Dorothy Casey's first novel introduces to the reading public an exciting new writer, telling a compelling story of two young women.
"Both Ruth Benson and Evelyn Hungerford are members of strongly articulated families. The little world that each inhabits revolves about the mill at which almost all the adults in Locke Horn work, and the woods and fields that border and encompass the community. Almost everyone in town is Catholic, many of them French-speaking Canadians."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall; Signed by Author