Tag Archives: Katharine Davis

Katharine Davis, “A Slender Thread”

It’s a pretty good recipe for a novel: take a group of attractive characters, subject them to a new kind of pressure, and see what happens. Joanna Trollope has been writing versions of this book for years, and Julia Glass … Continue reading

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Katharine Davis, “Capturing Paris”

Spend a few hours in Paris without a plane ticket. Continue reading

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