Lines to a Little Lady: From Someone Who Begs to be Remembered

Lines to a Little Lady: From Someone Who Begs to be Remembered
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Lines to a Little Lady: From Someone Who Begs to be Remembered
by Jacqueline E. McCoy

Twelve years after her father passed, Jacqueline E. McCoy found this book, Lines to a Little Lady From Someone Who Begs to be Remembered. Much to her surprise, this book was written in tribute to her by her estranged father.

Separated from his daughter by an unsuccessful marriage, Henry Lee Fagget wrote this book of poetry as an expression of love, and regret over the loss of his baby girl. These beautifully written poems will touch the heart and stir the spirit, and the true story of their creation and discovery provide a heartwarming background to this story of love and loss.


About the Author:

Having grown up in Queens, NYC, Jacqueline E. McCoy attended Scripps College in Claremont, where she received a B.A. in American Studies. Jackie and her family have remained in constant contact with Walter Faggett and his lovely wife Pat since rediscovering each other two years ago.

Jackie’s hobbies include reading about history, watching cooking shows, cheering on the NY Giants and spending time with all her family members, near or far.

(2015, Paperback, 40 pages)


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Lines to a Little Lady: From Someone Who Begs to be Remembered
Lines to a Little Lady: From Someone Who Begs to be Remembered

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