Monthly Archives: February 2019

The Girl Who Lived by Christopher Greyson

Faith Winters experienced a trauma no child should ever have to experience. On the weekend of her thirteenth birthday, at her family’s cabin by the lake, someone killed her father, her sister, her best friend and her best friend’s mother. … Continue reading

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Away Message: At the beach! Will be back next week.

Reading many books on my vacation which I will share on my blog when I return.¬†Meanwhile, you can enjoy this picture of the beach where we are staying! Wish you were here! Brenda’s Rating: ******(6 Out of 5 Stars) Recommend … Continue reading

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The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

An abandoned house with a history, a picture of a woman without a name, a famous mother whose daughter never knew her and a famous artist who never recovered after his muse disappeared. Seemingly unrelated and spanning more that 150 … Continue reading

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The Space Between Us by Thrity Umrigar

In this beautifully written novel about two women whose lives are intimately¬†entangled: one a wealthy woman of high caste who lives a life of privilege and the other her servant, an elderly woman of low caste who lives in the … Continue reading

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