Monthly Archives: June 2016

About the Author

When I was young, my greatest wish was to be a concert pianist.  Prodigious at practice, I sat at the piano at least 4 hours day during the school year, and 8 during the summer.  I was very good, if … Continue reading

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Follow Maud Driscoll from Boston to continental Europe where she becomes a well known painter, but suffers from losing her child, and the man she loves. Available on For bulk orders contact the publisher by clicking here  

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About Maud’s best friend Lillie

Lillie’s life was hard, but we never heard her complain except in her letters to her friend Maud. But I love the character of Lillie because of her fortitude and strength, not only for herself but she gave it to … Continue reading

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Review from Kirkus

KIRKUS REVIEW A Boston debutante becomes an artist in Europe, experiencing love and loss, in this debut historical novel. In 1953, Peter Wells discovers that painter Maude Driscoll is the subject of a John Singer Sargent portrait spotted in a … Continue reading

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