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Kenny Clark knows Santa is magical and only he can find his family.   

Kathleen Collins fights poverty and desperation every day in her bid to find new homes for the orphans of New York. But what about her happily ever after?  

In this concluding story to the Orphan Train Trilogy, can the magic of Christmas bring happiness at last?

©2018 Rachel Wesson (P)2019 Tantor

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easy to listen to and a really lovely story with a beautiful ending. what's next?

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  • 21-03-22

Exquisite

This is absolutely a wonderful storyline that makes you think the author stepped back in time and truly witnessed this era. I love how it all came together. I love there is more of these novels, so, on to the next novel. The Narrator is astounding and able to keep these stable characters voices straight. So well, you think there is more then 1 narrator.