London: Sampson Low, 1952, (First Edition) Hardback in dust wrapper.
From the cover: When lee manning arrives at the lakeside Villa des Arbres it is with relief that she puts her own troubles aside in order to help with anothers. For Martin Hargreaves is confined to his invalid chair and has become hopeless and lethargic in spite of his mothers anxious care.
Lees own personal problems, however, follow her to France, while at the same time she has to contend with the bitter jealousy and suspicion of Mrs. Hargreaves.
With the support of her lively friend Jeanne and the wise encouragement of Dr. Maubert, Lee perseveres, and this story of how she eventually wins through to her own and Martins happiness, played out against the romantic background of the French Alps, will not fail to delight Olwen Lawtons many readers.
Very Good in Good Dust Wrapper. Unlaminated dust wrapper a little edgeworn and faded with short tears to the head of the spine. Edges of the text block lightly spotted.
Red boards with Black titling to the Spine. 216 pages. 7½” x 5″.