Librarian at TSCPL, avid reader of Christian fiction, historical fiction, thrillers, and whatever non-fiction intrigues me. Facilitator of the So Many Books discussion group. Adult Learner and Literacy services advocate. Enthusiastic about audiobooks, local events, dogs, running and bicycling.
"This book captured my attention from the very beginning. It is narrated by Brighton, a remarkable woman with an incredible past. Brighton was raised in an asylum during the 1930's. Her mother was pregnant with her when she was committed, and the n..."
"Loved this one - mostly because I fell in love with Frank! He's not the one who tells the story though, that's Alice, who comes into Frank's life when she assigned to assist his mother with her latest book project. Frank's mother just happens to b..."