The Doctor's Daughter

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Lee and Shepard, 1871 - Children of physicians - 330 pages
This first novel in the author's "Quinnebasset Girls" series, set in Quinnebasset, Maine, follows the trials and tribulations of high-spirited Marian (the titular doctor's daughter) and her more melancholy friend Judith.

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