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The Dahlonega Sisters: The Gold Miner Ring

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Three Sisters. One Mysterious Ring. Too Many Unexplained Misfortunes.

A teenage transgression burdens the superstitious and eccentric Mutzi McGilray. Nothing in her life has been right since she stole a unique ring intended for her sophisticated, older sister, Rose Ellen.

Convinced the ring is cursed, and fearing her days are limited, Mutzi's efforts to dispose of the
Paperback, 268 pages
Published November 5th 2019 by Silver Lining Publishing L.L.C
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Mar 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Im thoroughly charmed by this story of sisterhood, return to faith, and second chance at love. The main characters (Mutzi, Marge, Rose Ellen, and April) are relatable and real. Ms. How gave each of them a distinct personality right from the start.

The mystery of the gold miner ring is a fascinating thread throughout the story with a satisfying conclusion. The superstitions are funny and I actually also believe in some of them.

Even though I couldnt pinpoint exactly how old the
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You really can't judge a book by its cover. When I first saw the cover of The Dahlonega Sisters, I was immediately disappointed because it has Live Oaks with Spanish Moss which can be found in the Lowcountry not in the Blue Ridge Mountains where the story takes place. I was a little skeptical when I started reading but I just finished the book and thoroughly enjoyed this sweet Hallmark story that is set in our sweet Hallmark town.
On a side note...UNG alums are a little particular about our
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