Title: The Harbor Road
Author: Sara Ware Bassett
Description: Poppy-red cloth with white lettering on spine and front. Light wear to boards. A bit musty. Interior is clean and unmarked. Dust jacket is rubbed and scuffed; edgeworn with some chipping at head of spine. pp. 300, plus  ads. Scarce in dust jacket.
A dramatic novel set in a Cape Cod village, rolled into motion when an orphan girl's family takes in summer boarders from Boston in order to make ends meet. The unforeseen complications make up the tale in which there is a glimpse of old Boston, its traditions, and a picture of a summer colony at Cape Cod. A delicate, humorous and appealing story.
In 1921 The Harbor Road was adapted for the silent film Danger Ahead, directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon and which starred a very young Mary Philbin, this being her second feature. Now a lost film.
Condition: Very Good+
Jacket Condition: Good
Publisher: A. L. Burt Company
Place: New York
Keywords: books into film, Cape Cod, novel, fiction,
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