Lena Rivers

by Mary Jane Holmes

Lena's mother dies in childbirth, leaving her to be raised by her relatives in Kentucky. An animal lover, high tempered and beautiful, Lena learns a surprising secret about her mother and the man that wants to adopt her. She creates her own life and finds love. The book was a best seller and became a stage play in 1914, starring screen star Beulah Poynter. The book was also made into a movie in 1932 staring Charlotte Henry.

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