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BROTHER WAS FIRST is the story of a family in which the relationships follow an unusual course of development in the course of the summer. What happens to the children is a startling revelation of how events can alter personalities, how fate plays with all.
BROTHER WAS FIRST — a novel with a lesson for those unaware of what is really happening behind the closed doom of America.
Heather Armstrong was busy helping her mother close the store for the evening. She was an exceptionally cute girl with long brown hair that cascaded down her back. Heather had an exceptionally cute figure with ripe firm breasts and slim youthful hips.
For the past eight summers, the Armstrongs had operated the largest marina on the lake. The marina boasted docking facilities for over a hundred boats that ranged from small ski boats to luxurious cabin cruisers. Many of the boat owners brought them up in the spring and left them at the marina until fall. Most of the people drove up from the city an weekends while many of the wives and families spent the entire summer at the lake.
Heather’s father and her brother, Tom, took care of the facilities with the aid of some summer help they hired. She and her mother operated the small store next to the marina where they sold groceries, fishing gear, and various sundries that were essential to the vacationers. The Armstrongs lived in a large summer home in the pines that overlooked the marina and the broad expanse of the huge lake. Not only did operating the facilities give them an exceptionally good income, but they loved the outdoors and the entire family found plenty of leisure time to enjoy themselves.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number TB-1021 in the original publications (a duplicate).