Eileen Charbonneau

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Eileen Charbonneau is a novelist[1][2] whose books include The Connor Emerald (2000), Rachel LeMoyne (1999), The Randolph Legacy (1998), and Waltzing in Ragtime (1996). Her books for young people are The Ghosts of Stony Clove (1988), In the Time of Wolves (1994), Honor to the Hills (1997). Charbonneau was raised in Valley Stream, New York. She lives in the Hudson River Valley of New York, and in the Catskill Mountains, with her husband. They have two daughters, Abigail and Marya, and a son, Lawrence. Eileen Charbonneau is sister to the actress Patricia Charbonneau.

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  1. ^ Molin, Paulette Fairbanks (April 2005). American Indian themes in young adult literature. Scarecrow Press. pp. 103–. ISBN 978-0-8108-5081-1. Retrieved 19 June 2011. 
  2. ^ McKnight, Juilene (April 13, 1988). "Publication pursued patiently". The Vindicator. Retrieved 19 June 2011.