The new Lydia Silverstream story: more mystery, more family history
The Subtle Thief of Youth
Words and more words"All books are either dreams or swords, you can cut, or you can drug, with words"
The 5-star Family History Mystery
Voices of Experience"And incidently do not let us despise the word. After all it is a powerful instrument; it is the means by which we convey our feelings to one another, our method of influencing other people."
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