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Dovey Coe Characters Ç 102 ✓ My name is Dovey Coe and I reckon it don't matter if you like me or not I'm here to lay the record straight to let you know them folks saying I done a terrible thing are liars I aim to prove it too I hated Parnell Caraway as much as the next person but I didn't kill him Dovey Coe says what's on her mind so it's no secret thMy name is Dovey Coe and I reckon it don't matter if you like me or not I'm here to lay the record straight to let you know them folks saying I done a terrible thing are liars I aim to prove it too I hated Parnell Caraway as much as the next person but I didn't kill him Dovey Coe says w. What drew me to this book was the first paragraph I was in a college young adult literature class and had a book reviewproject due on a recently published book As I was flipping through the titles and books at the book store I just happened to pick Dovey Coe up and read that first paragraph It ended up being a great purchase Dovey Coe is a poor young Southern girl who is accused of killing a wealthy yet sneaky and conniving boy named Parnell Caraway This story takes place in the early 1900s in a small mountain town All events leading up to the death of Parnell reveal the hatred that Dovey had for him the way he treated her deaf little brother how he was pursuing her older sister and the general arrogance and oblivion that the townspeople have when it comes to Parnell The first part of the story leads up to the death of Parnell while the last part of the story involves the trial of Dovey Frances O'Roark Dowell crafts a true trial complete with evidence and turns of events that the reader does not anticipate This is a book that I have recommended numerous times to both reluctant readers and readers just looking for a good book Definitely one of my favorite young adult books read in my adult years

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Se he can't hear So when Parnell turns up dead and Dovey's in the room where his body is discovered she soon finds herself on trial for murder Can the outspoken Dovey sit still and trust a city slicker lawyer who's still wet behind the ears to get her out of the biggest mess of her life. This is one of my favourite books I read it as a child and was fascinated this book starting my love for mysteries It is very simple and laid out but also adds it many estrange and complex elements if you look beneath the surface It really puts you in the mindset of the main character and in my opinion you get uite emotionally attached to the characters

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Dovey CoeHat's on her mind so it's no secret that she can't stand Parnell Caraway Parnell may be the son of the richest man in town but he's mean and snobby and Dovey can't stand the fact that he's courting her sister Caroline or the way he treats her brother Amos as if he were stupid just becau. My name is Dovey Coe and I reckon it don't matter if you like me or not I'm here to lay the record straight to let you know them folks saying I done a terrible thing are liars I aim to prove it too I hated Parnell Caraway as much as the next person but I didn't kill himThe youngest of the three Coe children twelve year old Dovey would just as soon carry around a pocketknife than a pocketbook She’s wasn’t a skilled tracker like her brother Amos and she certainly wasn’t pretty and charming like her sister Caroline but Dovey was loyal and honest and had a mind of her own You never had to guess what Dovey Coe was thinking because she would tell you exactly what was on her mindwhether you cared to hear it or not As you can imagine this resulted in a few awkward situations and uite a number of bruised egos Such was the case with Parnell Caraway Son to the richest family in town Parnell always got whatever he set his eyes on and at the present moment his eyes were set on Caroline Coe No other girl in Indian Creek NC deserved his arm but Caroline was set on going to college in Boone Covey was certainly not going to let the likes of Parnell Caraway tear her family apart but would she resort to murder to keep her family togetherI am an absolute and unashamed pushover for plucky and feisty heroines Anne Shirley Anne of Green Gables Francie Nolan A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Matilda Wormwood Matilda and Fern Arable Charlotte’s Web to name a few Dovey Coe handily earns a spot among these lovable irrepressible undaunted and spirited young ladies Whether she’s confronting a school bully or the son of the man who owns half the town Dovey is righteous in her convictions and uncowering in the face of injustice unfairness or just plain meanness No matter how few nickels she had to rub together Dovey never considered herself or her family poor Her life was simple and satisfying and when something got her down it wasn’t anything that a slice of her MeMaw’s chocolate cake or hammering a few nails into a two by four wouldn’t make right again Failure was not only not an option for Dovey it simply wasn’t in her vocabularyDovey Coe was shelved under the Young Adult section in my local library; however the book is listed for ages nine to twelve and I highly recommend younger readers seizing the opportunity to meet Dovey and her entire family Older readers may feel the writing style is a bit simplistic but the lessons Frances O’Roark Dowell lays out for her readers are ageless Loving who you are standing up for what is right defending the weakest among you and finding joy in life’s smallest pleasures are things we should all aspire to do I think Dovey summed it up best when she said “The way I seen things us Coes had everything we needed in this world Some might see us as poor but that was their problem”