Sarah’s Smile of Sorrow


When a mysterious illness wiped out her family, Sarah Blake survived the sickness but it left her with a twisted mouth and a permanent smile. She was taken in by her father’s scheming cousin Iris. Though Sarah’s family were poor, Aunt Iris owned a mill where she planned to make Sarah a slave.


  • Reprinted and translated to Dutch as “Sarah’s glimlach van verdriet” – Debbie #46 (1985)


  • Sarah’s Smile of Sorrow – #43 (2 July 1983) – #54 (17 September 1983)

3 thoughts on “Sarah’s Smile of Sorrow

    1. Possibly, when I first took notes on publication dates I wasn’t as familiar with his work so didn’t note an artist, I’ve no visual on hand to confirm though.

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