Dog People General Fiction Trade Paper McInerney-Whiteford, Merry

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light edge wear; The Dalton house, built almost 300 years ago by 12-year-old Trisha Dalton's ancestors, is the setting for the unravelling of Trisha's family under the pressure of cocktail hours that grow ever longer, gambling debts that grow larger, and bonds of love and loyalty that grow weaker. Growing up, Trisha learns the story of Sara Wilde, her "many greats" aunt who lived in the same house when it was new. A suitor had offered Sara's father an important tract of land in exchange for Sara's hand in marriage and Sara's father agreed. But when she refused the suitor, the suitor had her hanged as a witch. Sara's father, instead of coming to her defense, chose the land over his daughter. Now Trisha's father has to recover a big piece of the family land that he lost gambling. He decides to take the family to Atlantic City one Easter so that he can gamble. He is planning on winning a lot of money. He is planning on getting his land back.
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Paperback
Language
English
Publication Year
2000
ISBN
9780312872922

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"But when she refused the suitor, the suitor had her hanged as a witch. Sara's father, instead of coming to her defense, chose the land over his daughter. Now Trisha's father has to recover a big piece of the family land that he lost gambling."
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