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The Memory Box By Nancy Parsons
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Told in the first person by Lisa, The Memory Box is a gentle story to help challenged adults understand death. The 42-page book is illustrated with soft, four-color drawings.
The Ghost and the Forger By Nancy Parsons
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H.H. Willoughby is a forger by profession, and he wants to write his memoir. To do this, he needs a ghostwriter so he engages Nell Bane. Willoughby is an endearing fellow—charming and... More > engaging—but their partnership carries Nell to the limits of the law and causes her to wonder if she is aiding and abetting a criminal. Furthermore, the ominous presence of Willoughby’s accomplice, Woodford Stone, haunts Nell and foreshadows trouble as the novel’s action moves through museums, studios and art galleries. In The Ghost and the Forger, all the elements of a Nell Bane novel come into play: psychology, ethics and intrigue.< Less
Old Dame Dancing By Nancy Parsons
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In her eighth decade, and feeling compelled to comment on what “she got out of it all,” Nancy Parsons offers this collection of casual essays. It’s a mixed dish of memoir, social... More > comment, and rant, loosely organized around the subject of aging, and seasoned with a healthy helping of humor. With the right attitude, growing older is an adventure. It would be a shame to miss it.< Less
The Ghost Lays the Ghots to Rest By Nancy Parsons
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Nell Bane takes her ghostwriting skills to western Massachusetts to help Daniel Shirley write a memoir. Shirley believes he was the last person born in the Swift River Valley before it was drowned to... More > create the Quabbin Reservoir, and he maintains that his life has been marked by this distinction. As Nell writes, she is drawn into the sad and amazing history of the Quabbin project that shifted the residents of Prescott, Dana, Greenwich and Enfield out of their homes in the beautiful Swift River Valley so the land could be flooded to create a water supply for Boston, eighty-three miles to the east. Nell gradually becomes aware that her mild and gentle client, Daniel Shirley, is obsessed with his legacy—a legacy of bitterness—and she comes to believe he might take drastic revenge upon the peaceful waters of the Quabbin Reservoir. The Ghost Lays The Ghosts To Rest is the fifth and final book in the Nell Bane series< Less

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