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Book Review: The Forgotten Garden

Isn’t it strange that one place can both offer solace and be a prison? One certainly gets that sense reading of Blackhurst Manor and the cottage on the cliff that houses the secret garden: the namesake of Kate Morton’s book, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “Robber Bride” by Margaret Atwood

On reading  “The Robber Bride,” by Margaret Atwood-   I knew I would like it- I just didn’t know how much.  Atwood is one of the few authors that can weave a tale that will keep you thinking for days- if … Continue reading

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