Harvest Moon

Harvest Moon

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John and Laurie grow up with tomboy playmate Foxy Lockett, but when the two brothers return from the Spanish Civil War, Foxy must decide not only which brother she truly loves, but which one really loves her.

Blackwell North Amer
Foxy Lockett is a red-haired, sharp-witted orphan girl from the Birmingham slums who knows that unless she pulls herself up by her bootlaces, she'll never get anywhere - and Foxy has a burning ambition to better herself.
In the summer of 1926 she arrives at Beeswing Farm in Herefordshire to help with the hop-picking and finds herself in paradise. As she becomes friendly with John Hoverton, the hard-working, athletic farmer's son, and Laurie Clifton, the bookish son of the local squire, her working summers become a time of pure enjoyment.
The three children grow up as friends until both boys leave to fight in the Spanish Civil War. When they return after two harsh, arduous years, Foxy is faced with a difficult decision: Which of these two strangers does she love? And which one truly loves her?

Baker
& Taylor

John Hoverton and his foster brother Laurie Clifton grow up with tomboy playmate Foxy Lockett, but when the two return from fighting in the Spanish Civil War, Foxy must decide not only which man she truly loves, but which one really loves her

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997
Edition: First U.S. edition
Copyright Date: ©1995
ISBN: 9780312151386
0312151381
Branch Call Number: FIC Sa 1997
Characteristics: 536 pages ; 22 cm

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