This Cherished Dream
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    Jun-1984
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"It's a man's world," young Mary Kilburne had been told, "and a woman could only find a place in it." And find a place she did!

Making her way to America's golden shores with nothing except a few pennies and her pride, the ambitious, chestnut-haired beauty was unwilling to give in to despair or concede to defeat. She was determined to work hard, to become rich, to rise above the Lower East Side squalor - even to give up a once-in-a-lifetime passion if it meant that she would succeed.

From the black mists of the moors to the elegance and grandeur of Sutton Place, from an insecure scullery maid to a poised, prominent empire builder, through two world wars and the Great Depression, Mary Kilburne sacrificed happiness, betrayed her own heart, but always fought for THIS CHERISHED DREAM.

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    • First Edition
    • Jun-1984
    • Zebra
    • Mass Market Paperback
    • ISBN: 0821713841
    • ISBN13: 9780821713846

 


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