Secretary Carol Berkley is a woman ahead of her time. When her boss has an accident, she volunteers to go on a business trip for him. It is her chance to prove her worth. . .and save the company from corruption. But as she boards a train bound for Chicago, she inadvertently steps into a dangerous plot. Who can she trust with her knowledge-and her life?
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I had never thought I would give a Grace Livingston Hill novel anything but the highest rating, but Duskin was a real surprise. Carol, the main character, was so prone to making judgments without investigating the facts and the situations that it was absolutely painful to read so much about her throughout the first half or so of the book. Not only were her conclusions stupid, but she clung to them with all her might. The real hero of the book is Philip Duskin, who graciously puts up with her nonsense and finally succeeds in refuting it. GLH usually gave us main characters who aroused our affection and sympathy, but not this time. But the lessons Carol learned, underscored by verses from Proverbs, are good for all of us!