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Thu Oct 16 17:57:20 2014 UTClccn-n906081210.07Red Pepper returns /0.460.74On Christmas Day in the morning /270568256Grace_S._Richmondn 906081212679994Richmond, Grace 1866-Richmond, Grace 1866-1959Richmond, Grace SmithRichmond, Grace (Smith), 1866-Smith, Grace 1866-1959Smith Richmond, Grace Louise 1866-1959lccn-n86011609Doubleday, Page & Companypbllccn-n98070087Country Life Pressprtlccn-no96051522Relyea, C. M.(Charles M.)1863-1932illlccn-n2007012359Decorative Designers (Firm)bddlccn-n86842044Rogers, Francesilllccn-n50042947Koerner, W. H. D.(William Henry Dethlef)1878-1938illlccn-n92063014Grant, Gordon1875-1962illlccn-no2006001877Simont, Josephlccn-no2001095004Crosby, Raymond Moreau1874-1945illnp-tandler, rudolph fTandler, Rudolph F.illRichmond, Grace S.(Grace Smith)1866-1959FictionChristmas storiesJuvenile worksMan-woman relationshipsChristmas storiesPhysiciansWomen authorsReligious fictionMothers and sonsUnited StatesMale friendshipPatientsAuthorsUnited States, EastSmall citiesMarriageNew EnglandFiresChristmasFamiliesLove storiesWeddingsArchitecture, DomesticWit and humorPsychiatric hospitalsRichmond, Grace S.--(Grace Smith),Literary curiosaDomestic fictionChristmas stories, AmericanChristian fictionAmerican fictionAmerican fiction--Women authorsWorld War (1914-1918)EnglandEnglish fiction1866195919001905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619391940194419501979198819981999200020012004200620072009201020122013246553325813.49PZ3.R41520916ocn040632714book19140.28Richmond, Grace SThe twenty-fourth of June : midsummer's dayFictionA wealthy and unattached young idler, Richard Kendrick, runs an errand for his even wealthier uncle whose heir he is--and finds himself in the warm, lively, and industrious Gray home. Seeing such family life for the very first time, he is equally fascinated by the experience as by the charming Roberta Gray. Before long, Richard finds a way to install himself in the Gray home as a secretary to Miss Gray's uncle. But although the family at large takes Richard to their heart, he finds Roberta prickly and often even forbidding. Soon, it becomes clear that she looks down on him as a good-for-nothing socialite. Will Richard rise to the challenge and find a useful occupation? Can he really be as useless as Roberta thinks? Will Richard finally be able to set up the home he's come to dream of?+-+98124261061549ocn001192280book19220.53Richmond, Grace SFoursquareFiction11716ocn000301425book19060.28Richmond, Grace SThe second violinFictionWhat does it take for a family to stick together when the going gets tough? In The Second Violin, the Birch family finds out the hard way when the matriarch falls ill and the teen and young adult children are expected to step in and take over all of the duties of running the household. When another tragedy hits, will this makeshift crew be able to withstand the blow? Spend an afternoon with this inspiring, uplifting read and find out+-+76857199961087ocn001319638book19240.30Richmond, Grace SRed of the Redfields10313ocn001319550book19080.74Richmond, Grace SOn Christmas Day in the morningChristmas stories10123ocn005120225book19170.59Richmond, Grace SRed Pepper's patients : with an account of Anne Linton's case in particularFiction+-+277831806632410118ocn005391297book19000.63Richmond, Grace SMrs. Red Pepper+-+079787899632410017ocn001268172book19050.63Richmond, Grace SThe indifference of JulietFictionIf you're a fan of classic romance novels with an upbeat, positive tone, the fiction of Grace Richmond should definitely be on your to-read list. In The Indifference of Juliet, a well-born young woman struggles to make the right choices in life -- and in love+-+51914280663249912ocn001321644book19170.74Richmond, Grace SThe whistling mother9818ocn001263339book19170.66Richmond, Grace SThe Brown study+-+4311091796976ocn001319540book19100.20Richmond, Grace SOn Christmas Day in the eveningJuvenile worksChristmas stories+-+6101986966324888ocn000825615book19260.56Richmond, Grace SCherry Square : a neighbourly novelFiction785ocn001319960book19310.07Richmond, Grace SRed Pepper returnsFictionBeloved red-headed doctor helps his patients with their non-medical problems as well as medical787ocn000286013book19190.53Richmond, Grace SRed and black7515ocn007515832book19100.35Richmond, Grace SRed Pepper BurnsJuvenile worksFiction+-+5678318066324739ocn001317371book19280.27Richmond, Grace SAt the south gateFiction739ocn001825089book19290.33Richmond, Grace SThe listening post687ocn004396950book19320.35Richmond, Grace SBachelor's bounty678ocn001321617book19130.50Richmond, Grace SUnder the Christmas stars626ocn007114265file19080.63Richmond, Grace SRound the corner in Gay streetTired of the angst and ennui that seems to pervade modern-day literature? Get whisked away to a simpler era when you curl up with Round the Corner in Gay Street, a charming tale of a happy, well-adjusted family that supports each other even when the going gets tough. If you're looking for dysfunction and bad behavior, you're in the wrong place51ocn031164375book19160.50Richmond, Grace SUnder the Country SkyWhen you need to have your faith in humanity restored, Grace Richmond's uplifting novels are like a breath of fresh air. Unlike the fickle, self-centered creatures who populate the pages of modern-day ""chick lit,"" heroine Georgiana makes significant sacrifices for the good of her family and still manages to find her happily-ever-after. Under the Country Sky is a must-read for fans of classic romantic fiction11ocn801406202book19790.47Norris, Ronald AGrace S. Richmond : a descriptive biographyBiographyBibliographyNo author abstract+-+9812426106+-+9812426106Thu Oct 16 15:35:47 EDT 2014batch17222