The author Janet Lambert was born in Crawfordsville, Indiana, and was a popular girls' story author from 1941 through 1969 (and beyond to today). She wrote 54 books during that time about a number of different girls and their families. Her most popular series were about the Parishes' and the Jordans.
The story tells about Susan Jordon as she travels from Gladstone to West Point, then straight into a trap set by Bobby Parrish at Fort Knox, and finally home again to start her first job and learn that life cannot be lived happily without other people.
This book is a former library book and comes with the library card pocket. The book has writing on the inside front cover and a library stamp on the back cover, no marks or writing. There is a slight tear on the title page. (See pictures)
Size: 8" x 51/2" x 1"