The Dish Keepers of Honest House by Hélène Andorre Hinson Staley

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"The Dish Keepers of Honest House is an original fairytale.
Rehabilitating four-greed stricken dentists is a task Irish butler EDWIN HEDGECROFT takes very seriously. As Ella, a former newspaper reporter on vacation in Ireland, examines past grievances with dental professionals HARRY BADGER, NELGON FESTOON, GUILLIAM MOREDUCK and MOTT FINKS, Hedgecroft’s partner in concert MOTHER NATURE delivers invitations to a special meeting.

The train stops within walking distance of Honest House, where a directional sign swings aimlessly until wind ceases and the dentists see the gate. Before them is another sign:
“Dish Keepers, This Way.”

Mother Nature and Hedgecroft guide the dentists to consequences of greed. Imbalances in humanity stir up raging storms. These dentists learn why they are suddenly in the grips of phantom teeth, giant saliva containers, an indiscriminate tooth-plucking assistant, grotesquely repulsive nurses and dishes from every far corner of the world."

About Hélène Andorre Hinson Staley

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About the Author Heacute;legrave;ne Andorre Hinson Staley STALEY IS A 1987 graduate of the School of Journalism ndash; currently known as the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is married with three children and has two cats, two dogs and two fish. Books written by Staley:  Shielding Our Innocents  To Escape Into Dreams, revised edition, vol. 1.  Appendices of: To Escape Into Dreams, vols. 2-3.  Dishonest Housekeepers
Published June 17, 2010 by Xlibris. 86 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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