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suggestion this week is Kate Morton’s spellbinding tome 📖 THE CLOCKMAKER’S DAUGHTER. “In the summer of 1862, a group of young artists👩‍🎨👨‍🎨 descend upon Birchwood Manor on the banks of the Upper Thames.
Over 150 years later, a young archivist in London uncovers a leather satchel💼.
Told by multiple voices across time,it is a story of murder,mystery and thievery, of art 🎨,love ♥️ and loss.
And flowing through its pages like a river is the voice of a woman who stands outside time, whose name has been forgotten by history,but who has watched it all unfold: Birdie Bell, the clockmaker’s 🕰 daughter.”
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@katemortonauthor @simonandschuster

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  • moopy92
    @anastasialambert haha it’s my mildly impressive superpower 😉 - 1 month ago
  • johnsson.jeanette
    @nadias112 I’ve read it already. It was good. Lots of time periods and characters to follow though so you need to have time to read it without too many distractions. - 1 month ago
  • johnsson.jeanette
    Ha. I’ve read it already. I downloaded it a couple of weeks ago. It was good. - 1 month ago
  • nadias112
    @johnsson.jeanette a new one to add to the reading list - 1 month ago
  • gardenplantarden
    What a beautiful photo! Love the recommendation, as always Cheryl! 💕 - 1 month ago
  • anastasialambert
    Mercy, you are our future Cheryl. You are a book prophet. @moopy92 - 1 month ago