That Lass O' Lowrie's
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Review: That Lass O'Lowrie'sUser Review - Louise Culmer - Goodreads
This is rather like an ancestor of Catherine Cookson's novels: a spirited heroine raised in grim, impoverished surroundings ( in this case a Lancashire mining village) with a brutal, abusive father ... Read full review
Review: That Lass O'Lowrie'sUser Review - Kyly - Goodreads
This is my first official review of anything on the internet. Frances Hodgson Burnett's first novel is a treasure. I have read A Little Princess and also The Secret Garden by this author already and ... Read full review