The Good Fairies of New York - Chapters 13-18 Summary & Analysis

Martin Millar
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Chapters 13-18 Summary

In chapter 13, Heather goes in search of fresh ingredients for Dinnie's new diet. While out, Heather runs into Morag who is in the middle of trading the Bhat Gwa mirror for Kerry's poppy. Heather interferes and causes the poppy and the mirror both to fall into Magenta's bag. In chapter 14, Kerry and Morag are both depressed because of the loss of the poppy and Morag's broken fiddle. In Cornwall, Aelric prepares his supporters for another attack on King Tala. In New York, Heather tries to console Morag only to have Dinnie let it slip that his fiddle is the famous MacPherson Fiddle. In chapter 15, Brannoc is depressed because Petal, his love, is more interested in her brother than him and he cannot get anymore whiskey because of the Black fairies who attacked them on their last foray. In Scotland, the MacLeod's...

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