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Harriet G at St. Hilary's

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Harriet G., a wealthy American girl, comes to a traditional English girl's school. Two schoolmates, Wyn and Judy, believe Harriet is a kidnapper, and try to solve the mystery.
Published 1936 by Blackie & Son
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Far-fetched mystery story involving a stereotyped American girl.
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Born in Gourock, Renfrewshire, Jane Paterson Milne was the daughter of engineer's clerk David Pringle Milne, and his wife, Rosa Isabel McLeod. She was educated at Greenrock Academy, and studied Classics at Glasgow University, a subject she would teach, in her own career as an educator. A teacher and a headmistress, she edited a girls' annual from 1936 to 1940, and authored a number of school stori ...more
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