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Published by SterlingHouse Publisher in Pittsburgh, PA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Musical groups -- Fiction.,
  • Inheritance and succession -- Fiction.,
  • Missing persons -- Fiction.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMargaret Marsala.
GenreFiction.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3563.A7136 D5 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination186 p. ;
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL54305M
ISBN 101563152088
LC Control Number99064512
OCLC/WorldCa47689876

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The Disappearance of Pegeenby Margaret Marie Marsala “The wonderful response to The Disappearance of Pegeen could never have happened without Susan Malone’s incredible touch. The story was always there. But it was buried in the muck and mire of . Pegeen was a wolf of the MacHeath clan and had one known daughter, Ingliss. Description. Pegeen was a member of the MacHeath clan. Her pelt color is unknown but she may have had green eyes like true wolves of the Beyond. Personality. Pegeen was shown to have a strong personality. An ordinary life - its sharp pains and unexpected joys, its bursts of clarity and moments of confusion - lived by an ordinary woman: this is the subject of Someone, Alice McDermott's extraordinary return, seven years after the publication of After red recollections - of childhood, adolescence, motherhood, old age - come together in this transformative narrative, stitched into a. “Song” is a poem in Brigit Pegeen Kelly’s collection of the same title. It is a powerful narrative poem that describes a group of boys killing a young girl’s pet goat.

Pegeen is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Pegeen is an unusual surname too for all people. ( U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS) Which version is better? Margaret (# FROM RECENT DATA), Megan (#), Meghan (#), Peg, Peggie and Peggy are the prominent alternative forms of Pegeen (OUTSIDE TOP ). Bel of the Brawl, written by Maggie McConnon, is the second book in the Bel McGrath Mystery series. This book can be read as a stand-alone, however, I highly recommend reading the first book in the series, Wedding Bel Blues. The story is about Bel McGrath, a wedding chef at her family owned Shamrock Manor/5(26). Book Summary. Sinuous and striking, heartbreaking and strange, Costalegre is heavily inspired by the real-life relationship between the heiress Peggy Guggenheim and her daughter, Pegeen. Acclaimed author Courtney Maum triumphs with this wildly imaginative and curiously touching story of a privileged teenager who has everything a girl could wish for except for a mother who loves her back. Suddenly the door gave way and lifted away above him, giving him a glimpse of a white tiled room with what looked like a bathtub in one corner before he heard a feminine shriek, and a sudden wind whipped up from beneath him, throwing him high into the air and through another trapdoor in the ceiling, which gave him another chance to get a glance.