Phoebe Deane

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J.B. Lippincott, 1909 - 330 pages
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User Review  - judyg54 - LibraryThing

In Phoebe Deane you find a girl who lives with her half-brother and his wife and family as more or less the "servant". She longs for much more. The neighbor man, Hiram, wants her for his wife and ... Read full review

User Review  - Maria Turnbull - Christianbook.com

I have read this 2nd book in what I call "The Miranda Trilogy" many times and have enjoyed it as well as the other two many times. The character Miranda Griscom brings some truly delightful bits of ... Read full review

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Contents

I
9
II
21
III
34
IV
44
V
57
VI
71
VII
83
VIII
95
XVI
175
XVII
188
XVIII
199
XIX
210
XX
219
XXI
230
XXII
243
XXIII
253

IX
103
X
113
XI
123
XII
133
XIII
143
XIV
154
XV
163
XXIV
264
XXV
274
XXVI
287
XXVII
295
XXVIII
309
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