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The Shadow of Suspicion

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A young debutante is thrust into a desperate adventure of intrigue and romance.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published May 28th 1981 by Bantam Books (first published 1955)
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Joy
Feb 20, 2016 Joy rated it liked it
In a glorious Maine winter, Julie's aunt keeps her logging camp open because her debts are exigent. She is that much more vulnerable when murder starts and a Communist sympathizer tries to shut down operations. Julie is caught in the middle, wondering if she can trust her aunt's devastatingly attractive crew manager.

1950s romance. THE SHADOW OF SUSPICION started me reading Emilie Loring when I was in junior high school - my mother allowed it because Loring's characters are honorable. The authors
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Oct 25, 2009 Marian.brady rated it really liked it
Fun mix up of who's the bad guy- who can you trust? Julie goes off to help her aunt in Maine. She almost gets killed before she even arrives? Fun adventure/romance.
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Dec 02, 2015 Madeline rated it liked it
I liked this one, but I have read better. It is just a sweet and easy read so if you like Emilie Loring's work you might as well read it.
Jessica Howard
Oct 10, 2011 Jessica Howard rated it it was ok
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Romantic suspense -- set in 1950s Maine. Who is the Communist murderer? Cheesy, but fun.
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Emilie Loring was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1864 to George M. Baker and Emily Frances (Boles) Baker. Her father was a playwright and publisher and her mother was a homemaker. Loring married Victor J. Loring, who was a lawyer. She died in Wellesley, Massachusetts on March 13, 1951. At the time of her death, Loring had sold more than a million copies of her first thirty books.

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