The Letter Of Credit

Susan WARNER (1819 - 1885)


"Rotha is a poor American girl who has to see both her parents die. All that time, she is comforted by an English friend of the family, Mr. Digby-Southwode. Mr. Digby-Southwode thinks he does the right thing by committing Rotha to the care of her wealthy aunt, a woman who wronged her mother and robbed her of her rightful fortune, while he returns to England to nurse his dying father. Would the wealthy aunt treat Rotha as she treated her mother or is there a chance for redemption? And would Mr. Digby-Southwode ever return to America and see Rotha again? The book is very modern in tone. - Summary by Stav Nisser
Proof-listened by Kimberly Krause and Fiddlesticks

Genre(s): Religious Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Letter Bethesda Lily
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Play 02 Moving Lynne T
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Play 03 Jane Street KHand
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Play 04 A Visiter wmask2012
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Play 05 Private Tuition KHand
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Play 06 A Legacy KHand
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Play 07 Mental Philosophy Lynne T
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Play 08 Staten Island Lynne T
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Play 09 Fort Washington Bethesda Lily
00:33:50
Play 10 L'Homme Propose Molly Craig
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Play 11 Mrs. Busby Molly Craig
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Play 12 Mrs. Busby's House Molly Craig
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Play 13 Not Dressed Molly Craig
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Play 14 In Seclusion Molly Craig
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Play 15 Mrs. Mowbray Molly Craig
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Play 16 School Molly Craig
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Play 17 Bags And Bibles jenno
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Play 18 Flint And Steel jenno
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Play 19 A New Departure jenno
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Play 20 Stockings Molly Craig
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Play 21 Education Molly Craig
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Play 22 A Change Molly Craig
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Play 23 Tanfield Molly Craig
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Play 24 The Purcells Molly Craig
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Play 25 Rotha's Refuge Molly Craig
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Play 26 Rotha's Work Molly Craig
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Play 27 Inquiries jenno
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Play 28 Discoveries jenno
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Play 29 Perplexities jenno
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Play 30 Down Hill jenno
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Play 31 Discussions jenno
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Play 32 End Of School Term jenno
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