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Harriet Murphy, a Little Bit of Something
by Janet K Brennan   

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Category: 

Historical Fiction

Publisher:  Casa de Snapdragon, LLC ISBN-10:  2008906773 Type: 
Pages: 

275

Copyright:  Jan 3, 2008 ISBN-13:  9780979307553
Fiction

A woman living alone in the foothills of Lake Tahoe daughterof original 49'ers who encounters stresses and challenges of life. Fiction woven around true historical events of the era

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colorful saga of Harriet Murphy, a woman who faces the stresses and challenges of living in the foothills of Lake Tahoe in the late 18oo's and early 1900's. Fictional stories centered around true historical evens of the period. Each story is resolved at the end. Come sit across the table and enjoy coffee and some of Harriet's apple brown sugar pie as she regales you with her stories of life at the turn of the century in northern california.


Excerpt

I guess you really can't call Old Pine a ghost town, though for some reason or other, people like to think it is. If they are referring to all of the strange calls and sighs through the long niaghts, well they had best look into their own souls for an answer to what they say they hear. I have only had the lucky occasion of running into a few ghosts, some of them my own I suspect, and they seemed like harmess critters to me. (first para in bok)




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