It's Tuesday . . . time for . . .
New York City, April 2010
I received a letter from his daughter the other day.
I'd thought about Angela many times over the years, but this was only our third interaction.
The first was when I'd made her wedding dress, back in 1971.
The second was when she'd written to tell me that her father had died. That was in 1977.
What do you think? Would you continue reading?
I'm looking forward to reading this book because I've enjoyed other historical fiction that Gilbert has written, and the opening lines fill me with curiosity. In my opinion, she's a natural-born storyteller.
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I like the intro. I haven't read anything by this author.ReplyDelete
This is definitely a curious one, I'd love to find out more! Great pick! - Here's my Tuesday Post!ReplyDelete
Now I'm curious! Thanks for sharing and for visiting my blog. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
I love the cover and I've heard some good things about the book.ReplyDelete