There were stories about St. Andrew's, and everyone knew them-stories that said the abandoned churchyard was haunted by some fearsome thing. While many brave and foolish men had risked the dark of night to discover what was happening there, what they found they'll never tell, for none of them was ever seen again. But stories aren't enough to stop Lucy Dove. And they're not enough to keep a superstitious laird from offering a sackful of gold to whoever sews him a pair of lucky trousers by the light of the full moon in that very churchyard. It should be easy for a clever seamstress like Lucy Dove to win that prize. Surely the stories she's heard about the churchyard are just that--stories. Or are they?
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Despite the rumors that St. Andrew’s is haunted by a fearsome beast, and despite the fact that those who have gone after the beast have never returned, Lucy Dove—a seamstress with her eyes on a comfortable retirement, and one cool customer—answers the laird’s challenge.| Read Full Review of Lucy Dove
how I strike fear in the hearts of brave but foolish men?"" ""Something like that,"" Lucy answers cunningly, ""They tell them to little children at bedtime, to help them sleep, you know."" Children's librarian and debut author Del Negro is equally adept at building suspense and maintaining humor,...| Read Full Review of Lucy Dove
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