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Biography of a Beagle

Written by
Gail MacMillan


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116 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888872531
$16.95 CA





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About the Book Biography of a Beagle is a tribute to Brandy, a swashbuckling little canine rake that saw life as one grand opportunity for adventure and ´fear´ as the only true obscene four-letter word. As Charles Schultz once wrote, "Happiness is a warm Beagle."

Biography of A Beagle is the winner of the 2001 Dog Writers Association of America Writing Competition best book of fiction award.




About the Author Gail MacMillan
Gail MacMillan of Bathurst, New Brunswick, loves dogs, loves writing, and loves love: her latest romance novel is "A Wolf in Winter" (2005). With 13 books to her credit, the Queen's University graduate has also written about dogs--"The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever" (with Alison Strang, 1996), "A Breed Apart" (1998), and "Biography of a Beagle" (2001, Borealis)--and the history of New Brunswick. MacMillan has also had magazine articles and short stories published in the U.S. and Canada.







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