Other Books By Peggy Butler AKA Peg Gregory

Murder in Windsor ParkMurder in Windsor Park - A Bone Island Maggie Mystery (Book Two)
by Peg Gregor, $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
The only witness to a gruesome body disposal in suburban West Palm Beach is Maggie Metronia, who gets away from the murderer and runs to her housemate Carolyn Cramer. Not the first time the two have faced down a murderer. And hopefully, as a reader, it won’t be the last. Buy and/or Read More >>>

Bone Island MaggieBone Island Maggie
by Peg Gregory, $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
"Bone Island Maggie is as classic a Key West character as you are likely to meet either in a book or strolling Duval Street. Her smile may be toothless, but her bite certainly isn't as she doggedly tracks down the brutal killer of an old friend. Buy and/or Read More >>>

Genre: Memoir / History / Literature

Meet The Author

Peggy Butler retired from hospice nursing in 2002, after 47 years in several diverse fields of nursing, including tuberculosis control. A community and political activist, the author lived on the island of Key West for several years where she reported on the Key West City Commission meetings for a local publication and multiple websites, including her own, and coordinated a food pantry for her church, among other volunteer endeavors. Her debut novel, Starfish (SeaStory Press, 2003), was written under her pseudonym, Peg Gregory. Her short stories and professional articles have appeared in national and local publications and won numerous awards. She has two daughters, four granddaughters, and a great-granddaughter in Florida and Kansas. The author recently moved to mainland Florida. Peggy enjoys hearing from her readers and may be contacted by e-mail at pegb.gregory@yahoo.com, or through her website, www.peggregory.com.

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And Then There Was One
(A Nurse's Memories of A.G. Holley State Tuberculosis Hospital
by Peggy Butler, RN, BSW,

The frank and endearing true story of Peggy Butler, a young girl from the Appalachian foothills of southern Ohio, who loves music and dreams of becoming a performer, until an illness in her early teens changes her goal and her life dramatically. This stirring memoir offers a vivid picture of what it was like to be an aspiring nurse in the 1950s. Butler's accounts of the stigma endured by people with tuberculosis, a contagious disease with no known cure at that time, are heart-rending.
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