The Resource The white flower
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- Grace Livingston Hill
- While traveling to accept a position as companion to an elderly lady out West, Rachel Rainsford receives a startling note from a fellow train passengershe's actually in the middle of a dastardly scheme to sell her as companion to a corrupt Chicago businessman. But can Rachel trust daring Chan Prescott after being deceived before? Caught in a dangerous chase with the criminals close behind, will faithand lovebe enough to save her?
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