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Hill, Grace Livingston   
(3 of 9 for author by title)
Crimson Mountain
Ariel Custer
Published:   1937
Publisher:J. B. Lippincott Company
Tags:fiction, romance

Marjorie Wetherill had always known that she was an adopted child. Her foster-parents had made no secret of it, but when they died it was natural that Marjorie should seek out her own people. Mrs. Wetherill, whom Marjorie had loved deeply, had left the girl comfortably provided for, but as the Christmas season drew near, Marjorie was consumed with the desire to go to the family she could call her own. Evan Brower, a handsome young neighbor whose family had been friends of the Wetherills for years, and who was now urging his love upon the lonely girl, advised Marjorie against it. But there was a need within the girl which drew her on. [Suggest a different description.]

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Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was the daughter of a clergyman. Writing novels was considered an acceptable way for a woman to earn money, so at the age of twenty-two she wrote her first novel, A Chautauqua Idyl and continued to write after her marriage to a clergyman—mostly short stories; articles for magazines; and Sunday School lessons. Novels became her focus after she was widowed. The original target audience was those of the Christian faith, however her later writings were aimed wider afield. She wrote prolifically under both her own name and using the pseudonym Marcia MacDonald.

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