Mrs. Shepherds Dolls - A Christmas Story

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Ruth Shepherd is a little old lady with dolls that mean the world to her. A new family moves into her town and she becomes very attached to them. But Ruth takes a fall and now has to rely on her evil niece to take care of her while she is convalescing. Ruth's bank account disappears and her lovely home falls into disrepair. Can anyone stop her niece from ruining her life? More

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About Nancy C. Wilson

Hi! My name is Nancy C. Wilson and I am a dream writer. For a long time, I wrote with my best friend Harriet Trevathan. We wrote a four-part series entitled "The Secrets of Parkerville." Harriet lived in Texas, so it was a little difficult to keep up with each other, but we did every day. I wrote for my character Skye McKenna and she wrote for her character, Cassie Evans. I live in Pennsylvania and as I said, she lived in Texas. We would exchange chapters every day and sometimes argue over what our characters could do, you see they had 'powers' and it was fun to read them in action. I've just completed a new book called Dead Clothes this month. It's an entirely different kind of book taking place in the Depression-era of 1936. It's fun and enlightening and I feel I know the characters as if they lived next door. I love them all.
I grew up with Harriet Trevathan. We met in grade school when we were eight years old. So we've been best friends for over 62 years. It breaks my heart to say, she passed away last June and I still have a hard time getting my heart around the fact that she is gone and I can no longer call her up and talk to her. She was the best friend anyone could possibly have.

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Mary Blackwell reviewed on Dec. 30, 2015

A sentimental (not schmaltzy) story with characters being naughty and nice ... with a little Christmas magic. I have been reading a few seasonal tales and this one was definitely on the 'cozy' side but had enough 'badness' to bring a balance to the sweetness.
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