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Good Luck

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Paperback, 162 pages
Published July 17th 2009 by Dodo Press (first published 1896)
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Oct 03, 2013 Lanelle rated it it was ok
Patience Reed was "an old cherry-cheeked woman. She had bright blue eyes and firm, kindly lips...She was wonderfully pretty. Her little face looked something like a russet apple...Her hair was snow-white, and rather fluffy in texture..."

And Mrs. Reed was at the Out-Patients' Department of the London Hospital that foggy morning. Her right hand had been hurting "awful - right up to the shoulder." The doctor's verdict is the equivalent of writer's cramp. That means no more needlework. How will she
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Mrs. L.T. Meade (Elizabeth Thomasina Meade Toulmin Smith), was a prolific children's author of Anglo Irish extraction. Born in 1844, Meade was the eldest daughter of a Protestant clergyman, whose church was in County Cork. Moving from Ireland to London as a young woman, after the death of her mother, she studied in the Reading Room of the British Museum in preparation for her intended career as a ...more
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