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Little Golden's Daughter

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Paperback, 140 pages
Published 1901 by American News Company
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Feb 06, 2014 Hannah rated it liked it
This is really a bit of fluff and not an improving sort of read...shabby plot wise....but enjoyable just for the sake of most things coming out okay in the end. I will probably read Mrs. Miller again, despite the plot weaknesses and contrivances, simply because there's a certain charm to her writing. Doubt any of her writing will become a new favorite, but they're fun and there isn't anything objectionable.
Laura Bang
You can always count on Mrs. Miller for a dose of ridiculous melodrama (that could be easily sorted if people would just talk to each other) and (view spoiler) (which isn't really a spoiler if you've read more than one book by Mrs. Miller).

NB: This one is set in the South and there is a lot of gross and cringe-worthy dialect to suffer through, especially in the first half.
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"Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller" was the pen name for Mittie Frances Clark Point, taken from the name of her second husband. She wrote around 80 "dime novels" from 1881 to 1915 and was one of the best-known authors of her time.
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