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Dimsie Carries On (Dimsie #9)

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Hardcover, 256 pages
Published July 26th 1995 by John Goodchild Publishers (first published 1941)
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When I began reading my Dimsie books today, I realized that this was the only one of the three I owned that I had not yet read. This story is very different to the two school stories of Jane's I read, but in a good way. Dimsie herself is not the focus character, but Anne, her helpful apprentice. We see Anne spying on a new addition to the household, a woman believed to be a German spy in their midst. She has adventures, and slowly the truth is revealed to Dimsie and her family.

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Dorothy Morris Fairlie Bruce was born in 1885, in Palos, Spain, the daughter of Scots civil engineer Alexander Fairlie Bruce, and his wife, Katherine Elizabeth Fairbairn. Soon after her birth, the family returned to Scotland, and Bruce spent her early childhood in Blanefield, on the Campsie Hills, Stirling. The family moved to Ealing, West London, in 1895, where Bruce would live until 1949.

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