Monthly Archives: January 2011

A Unique Garden Brought to Life by Alice Hoffman

The latest Alice Hoffman offering, THE RED GARDEN, is like an exotic dish prepared by a master chef.  Not sure of the flavors on the first taste but your palette knows it has to have another taste.  I felt this way about … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Window into the World of Tiffany Stained-Glass

Clara Driscoll worked for Louis Comfort Tiffany during the turn of the twentieth century when women were still finding their way in the world.  To say that she just worked for Tiffany Glass Studio limits her significant contributions.  Clara inspired, created, … Continue reading

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THE MISCHIEF OF THE MISTLETOE Spy Tingling Adventure Laced Within the Confines of a Regency England Setting

This is my first foray into the world of The Pink Carnation as there were six others the preceded this chapter.  I did receive the first as a gift, THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE PINK CARNATION, but it got buried among the other books that … Continue reading

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