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Sherwood ring - The Sherwood Ring by Elizabeth Marie Pope - Goodreads



Newly orphaned Peggy Grahame is sent to live with an eccentric uncle who leaves her largely to herself. She discovers that Uncle Enos' house is full of mysteries and ghosts, and Peggy becomes involved with the spirits of her own Colonial ancestors.

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Newly orphaned Peggy Grahame is sent to live with an eccentric uncle who leaves her largely to herself. She discovers that Uncle Enos' house is full of mysteries and ghosts, and Peggy becomes involved with the spirits of her own Colonial ancestors.

Newly orphaned Peggy Grahame is sent to live with an eccentric uncle who leaves her largely to herself. She discovers that Uncle Enos' house is full of mysteries and ghosts, and Peggy becomes involved with the spirits of her own Colonial ancestors.

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Librarian Nancy Pearl recommends this book in her picks for fans of adventure reading. In this book originally published in the 1950s, young Peggy Grahame meets ghosts and gets involved in a mystery as she explores her family’s ancestral estate.

Anyway, I said savagely to myself as I tried to lift a large and very clumsy suitcase down from the baggage rack, anyway, it is my father's old home, and I've always liked antiques, and I supposed an ancestral house is always more interesting than — "Oh, drat it! Ouch!"

"Thank you… very kind of you… don't know why I can't seem to manage anything today. Are — are we getting near New Jerusalem yet?"


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