Thursday, July 22 2010
"... the man on the stretcher was dying. His lips were blue from lack of oxygen. His cheeks were hollow, his skin leathery and tight against his bones. His eyes were open but unfocused, like the glass eyes in a box at a doll factory she’d once photographed."
Sunday, July 18 2010
In addition to life-saving mold, which provides a fascinating subject for a very well told historical novel, we also get murder, espionage, family worries, and of course, a little sex and romance