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After her father's voluntary disappearance when she is nine years old Angie Scofield uses her ability to see into the future and read the past to support the family, and exploited by both her mother and her manager she forfeits a natural life to make television and personal appearances…. Although the treatment of extrasensory perception is somewhat simplistic, [The Girl Who Knew Tomorrow] is an appealing story with well-done characterizations….
A review of "The Girl Who Knew Tomorrow," in The Booklist, Vol. 66, No. 20, June 15, 1970, p. 1274.
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