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I’ll 2nd that recommendation. I loved Cordelia Underwood.

> On May 3, 2022, at 10:39 AM, Robert Morss <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> I'd suggest the Moosepath novels of Van Reid (Maine author from Damariscotta). The first book in the series (of six) is "Cordelia Underwood" - set in 1890's Maine - think of it thematically as the "Pickwick Papers" set in Portland Maine.
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> Robert Morss
> Goodall Library, Sanford

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