Peter Waring

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Forrest Reid (1875—1947) novelist and literary scholar

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(1937), a novel by Forrest Reid. Peter, estranged from his father, forms a deep friendship with Mrs Carroll, of the near by big house, and falls in love with her niece Katharine, who comes to stay during the holidays.


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