https://www.palmbeachpost.com/obituaries/pwpb0177944North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Eugenie Chazal Reid, a retired legal editor, librarian, children’s author and amateur genealogist whose curiosity and passion for research touched generations of family and friends, died peacefully Tuesday, March 22, at 97.
Eugenie was born and raised in Woodbury, N.J. and moved with her mother to Ocala in 1941 at the age of 16. After graduating from Ocala High School, she studied English at the Florida State College for Women and library science at the University of
Eugenie wrote two children’s mystery novels set in Florida: ‘The Mystery of the Carrowell Necklace’ (1965) and ‘The Mystery of the Second Treasure’(1967).
My mother was a friend of Mrs. Reid in Ocala and in college, and as a child I received copies of both of her books. I wish I still had them! One of my first book reports was on "Mystery of the Carrowell Necklace."
When my mother died several years ago, I briefly attempted to contact Mrs. Reid but had no luck. Thank you for posting this obituary notice.
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