The Girl Who Made Good in America
by James G Dow

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The Girl Who Made Good in America by James G Dow
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Paperback: 98 pages
Publisher: James G Dow
ISBN: 9780992343545
Trim size: 128 x 198 mm

The idyllic Loch Lomond countryside provides the setting for the romance of young Theresa McCann and Callum Rutherford. The young lovers are of different religious persuasions and Theresa’s father strongly objects to the affair, finally resorting to violence against his daughter.

Callum determines to return to America to escape the ghetto-like environment of Theresa’s community and to save enough money to allow her to join him. Meanwhile, Theresa finds herself pregnant and Callum is forced to do something unethical to raise money immediately, to enable his girl to escape the wrath and potential danger of a bigoted father.

There are many twists in the story and the reader will empathise with our young heroine as she battles and ultimately overcomes various emotional upheavals. There is a mystical flavour to this intriguing tale which is not out of place in romance-rich old Scotland and the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.

About the Author   

James G. Dow was born in Scotland in 1931. He migrated to Australia in 1956 and has since taken out Australian citizenship. He lives in Dandenong, Victoria, and his hobbies include, jazz drumming, bridge, and golf.
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