When Uncle Richard promises Hope Lockhart a summer at Brier farm, she pictures roses, lambs, and sunshine. Instead, she finds domestic violence, fraud, and a situation that teeters dangerously on the brink of human slavery. What secret does Farmer Jeter hold against his young worker, Chris Harris, that keeps the boy under his cruel thumb? There seems to be no way out for Hope & Chris, unless they can find a friend...
Volume 1 of the Hope Lockhart Mysteries.
Contains authentic recipes, games, and riddles of the early 20th century.
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Hope for a Nobody explores serious themes, but it does so in a way that retains the wholesomeness of the book.
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