#BlogTour! #Review – The Stopping Place by Helen Slavin (@HelenSlavinBook) @IpsoBooks


The Writing Garnet

3390801“Martha has responsibility for the book club and the author visits, and dresses like a gypsy. That’s not a criticism, by the way. She puts tones and shades together that make you feel you’ve been seeing the world in black and white all your life. In winter she’s velvet and raw silk and wool. Have you ever seen raw silk? Just the sight of her coming through the door each day makes you want to jump up and wave your arms. I’d love to dress like that.”

Ruby works at the library. Shelving, mainly. Not in the archive; that’s Mrs Atkinson’s magical white-gloved domain, where she stands watch over the historical photos and the special files of the lost boys who went to war. Ruby would like to work in the archive of course, but there’s only one pair of white gloves-and anyway Martha’s the one being groomed for greatness…

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