Author Archives: Theresa

About Theresa

I live in an old farmhouse in upstate New York (no, *not* the big city!) in the country with my family, two dogs, two calves, and two horses. I love to cross stitch, quilt, read, and look at needlework blogs :) and I love coffee *and* tea!

Every Falling Star

Sungju Lee’s amazing survival story of his childhood in North Korea, how he escaped bitter, harsh circumstances, and found new life in South Korea. Sungju’s family had it all; a nice home, prestige, a bright future. His father was a … Continue reading

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Promises to Keep

Rosalind wants what most of us seem to take for granted: a normal, happy home life. But with an alcoholic, abusive father, her mother has a painful choice before her. She ultimately makes the difficult decision to escape her marriage … Continue reading

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Gerald and Elizabeth

When Gerald Burleigh Brown loses his job due to a frame-up, he has no one to turn to. He returns to London in despair, too devastated even to speak to anyone. Gerald avoids even the shortest of conversations with a … Continue reading

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The Musgraves

Esther Musgrave worries about her family of three daughters. And with good reason. “How strange it was to have three daughters, all completely different! They had all been brought up in the same way with the same background, and in … Continue reading

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Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good

Father Tim is retired. Having returned from his trip to Ireland, he is now feeling restless, a little bored, and useless. “I’m still jet-lagged,” he said. “Jet-lagged? After ten days? Try again, sweetheart.” Little does Father Tim know, that even … Continue reading

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The Body in the Library

How did Ruby Keene come to be lying in the library of the well-known aristocrat and genteel family, the Bantry’s? What are the moral repercussions for Mr. Bantry? and, if every suspect in the case has an alibi, how can … Continue reading

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Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mewed

So far, so good. Every Flavia de Luce mystery I have read so far has kept my interest, entertained and amused me, and provided me with hours of reading enjoyment. Flavia is just as resilient and creative as ever. Still … Continue reading

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