The four March sisters suffer because of growing up poor during the Civil War but they remain happy and learn about life and love while growing up in New England. A wealthy next door neighbor and one sister's tutor fall in love with two of the sisters in this first book of the series.
Behind a Mask
A fast-paced thriller, Behind a Mask is the story the demure governess Jean Muir and her adventures in the home of the seemingly tranquil Coventry family, where she has come as a tutor. Mystery, love, and betrayal follow Miss Muir into the home and stir up suspicions, deceptions, and passions.
A M Barnard
|Biography:||A.M. Barnard was the pen name occasionally used by American author Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888). Famed for her autobiographical novel of adolescence, Little Women (1868), Alcott also wrote more fiery, romantic tales under her pen name, including A Long Fatal Love Chase (1866). Coming from a Transcendentalist family, Alcott grew up around such famous family friends as Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne.|