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Author Sees Magic In 'Bonners Fairy'

Although she's never lived in Bonners Ferry, Nevada author Elizabeth A. Patterson considers the North Idaho town to be magical -- so much so that she's based a book involving a princess on the North Idaho town. The book's name? "Bonners Fairy." It was published June 6. Reports Julie Golder for the Bonners Ferry Herald: "Patterson traveled through north Idaho and could not imagine a more mystical, magical, beautiful setting other than north Idaho for her book. It just happened to be a strange coincidence that the town she chose for the setting of her story  was named Bonners Ferry,  which inspired the name of her book." More here. (Book jacket photo: Borders.com)

Question: Is Bonners Ferry the best North Idaho town for a fairy tale book?




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