Cover of: The wind shifting west. | Shirley Ann Grau

The wind shifting west.

  • 247 Pages
  • 2.97 MB
  • English
Knopf , New York
Southern States -- Social life and customs -- Fi


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LC ClassificationsPZ4.G775 Wi
The Physical Object
Pagination247 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5415482M
ISBN 100394488903
LC Control Number73007290

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an attractive middle-aged woman, sailing with her brother-in-law to rescue her husband, stranded in a summer squall, is nudged by small uncertainies into her first infidelity. In a moment of unwelcome illumination, a carefully righteous young minister is suddenly charmed by the selfish, pleasure-loving father he has always despised.5/5(1).

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