Sandy

Alice Hegan Rice 1870 1942 was an American novelist Born in Shelbyville, Kentucky, she wrote over two dozen books, the most famous of which is Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch The book was a best seller in 1902 and was set in Louisville, Kentucky where she lived Hegan was married to poet and dramatist Cale Young Rice Rice was the niece of author Frances Little SeveraAlice Hegan Rice 1870 1942 was an American novelist Born in Shelbyville, Kentucky, she wrote over two dozen books, the most famous of which is Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch The book was a best seller in 1902 and was set in Louisville, Kentucky where she lived Hegan was married to poet and dramatist Cale Young Rice Rice was the niece of author Frances Little Several of her earlier works were translated into German, French, Danish, and Swedish, and three Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch 1901 , Mr Opp 1909 , and A Romance of Billy Goat Hill 1912 were dramatized Both before and after she became a novelist she was favorably known for short stories contributed to the magazines Among her other works are Lovey Mary 1903 , Sandy 1905 , Captain June 1907 , The Honorable Percival 1914 , Calvary Alley 1917 , Miss Mink s Soldier and Other Stories 1918 and Quin 1921.
Sandy Alice Hegan Rice was an American novelist Born in Shelbyville Kentucky she wrote over two dozen books the most famous of which is Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch The book was a best seller

  • Title: Sandy
  • Author: Alice Hegan Rice
  • ISBN: 9781428019881
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1 thought on “Sandy”

    1. This is so far my favorite of Alice Hegan Rice's books. It's a gentle, country love-story, concerning a boy becoming a man and winning the girl he loves. Very sweet and pleasant little story.

    2. Pretty fun and harmless although the black comic relief and the fact that the author seems to believe very firmly in degeneration made me have a cringe fit.

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