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King Peggy : an American secretary, her royal destiny, and the inspiring story o
Bartels, Peggielene
Adult Nonfiction DT512.44.B36 A3 2012

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Kay D. said:
Peggy Bartels moved to Washington D.C. from Ghana and worked at the Ghanaian embassy for almost three decades, eventually becoming Secretary to the Ambassador. Then in 2008 her Uncle Joseph passed away, and Peggy was selected as the new king of Otuam, her home town of 7000 people. I was fascinated by the long process of assuming the kingship and full of admiration for Peggy’s fierce dedication to her people. Alexander McCall Smith called King Peggy "an astonishing and wonderful book about a real-life Mma Ramotswe." and said "It is an utter joy", an opinion I heartily second.
posted Feb 3, 2012 at 10:09AM
AnneCP said:
2013 Selection for One Maryland One Book
posted Mar 27, 2013 at 2:10PM
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