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Ragdoll Angel by T.W. McNemar

Ragdoll Angel

by T.W. McNemar

176 pages
The meanest four year old in Oak Hill is mistakenly kidnapped.

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Category: Fiction
About the Book
In the early fall of 1952, a coal baron hires his housekeeper’s niece to help with the upkeep of his mansion at the outskirts of Oak Hill, West Virginia. With the niece comes an entity that will completely annihilate the peace, grace, and solitude that a well-earned semi-retirement has brought the baron. A four and one-half year-old loud, brash, brazen, energetic, opinionated, argumentative tyrant of a girl-child has come to roost at the baron’s home.

When the peace is shattered and the knowledge of what is to be sinks in, the baron looks toward the heavens and wonders ‘what have I done to my self?’ What evolves is a love/hate relationship that takes the baron completely by surprise. The absolute nonsense of a grown, successful man befriending and enjoying the company of a four year old, part-time heathen is nothing less than magic.

Then, in the midst of preparation for the Christmas holiday, she was gone.

 

 

About the Author
T.W. McNemar is an award winning humor, short story, and novel writer. His work reflects the humanity and conscience of everyday life in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia that he calls home. His work has been featured in The Johns-Hopkins ‘ScribblePress’, Ratliff’s ‘Young Women’s Monologues’, MountainEchoes, and Traditions.

 

 

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