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With the Great Depression swirling all around them, the affluent Singletons remain affluent. The fictional family, last seen in Elizabeth Musser's The Swan House, continues their carefree life with its rounds of dances and socials and afternoons out at the cinema. Into this protected bubble drops Mary "Dobbs" Dillard, a minister's daughter with radical ideas. Her improbable intersection with Perri Singleton at Atlanta's prestigious Washington Seminary changes both their lives and shows that the chemistry of opposites can sometimes cause awe-inspiring results. A faith-based novel with resonance.