Book - 1966 | 1st ed
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"When she arrived at her Aunt Janet's lovely Caribbean hotel, Jessica Abbott had left nothing of value behind: her parents were dead, she had resigned her job as a schoolteacher, and there'd been no true love in her life. But Maud Hampden had plans for Jessica. A wealthy matriarch, Maud saw in Jessica the perfect companion for her granddaughter, Leila, and a perfect antidote to Leila's wild, promiscuous mother, Catherine. Clearly, Jessica was expected to bring order to a chaotic household that did not even want her, in spite of attractive Kingdon Drew, Catherine's husband in name only, and the atmosphere of fear that encircled them all ..."--Container.
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1966
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: x
Characteristics: 306 p. 22 cm


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