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She graduated from New Saint Andrews College in 2005 with a B. In this 1880s historical cozy mystery, a wealthy woman is found battered and abandoned. We see the young author through the eyes of her shy cousin, Jenny Cooper, who comes to stay for the summer. Non-theological use in English, "a hidden or secret thing," is from late 14c. It would be easy to dismiss these stories as mere figments of the black man's night-terrors, born of ignorant superstition, or perhaps phantasms due to sitting too long over camp fires and too near to a warm ntulu-beer pot.

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Publisher: Chivers Audio Books (September 1995)

ISBN: 074512724X

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