Every once in a while a book comes along that you say to yourself when finished reading, what a story. After reading this book, I felt this way. The story is about a family that immigrates to the United States from Ireland. The family lives in New York City encountering many hardships. One night a tragedy happens, and one little girl's life changes forever. She becomes an orphan in New York City. She is put on a train with many other orphans and travels to the Midwest with having a chance to be adopted. Vivian tells her story to a gal that has been
I read this book in 1980 when it was first published. From the very first chapter, the story grabs your interest. An envelope is given to a new district attorney assistant, Jennifer, to deliver to the star witness. From there the story has twists and turns. Every few years, I will read this book again. This still is my favorite Sidney Sheldon book. I am signing off now; I have to check this book out again.