From February, 2019

Book Review: The Latecomers by Helen Klein Ross

Hollingwood had been built by Sarah’s grandfather, a governor of Connecticut who had drawn the plans for the house himself, which accounted for why the house wasn’t like any Bridey had seen. It was the biggest house in the town’s historical district, built with stones mined from the local quarries which weren’t around anymore. The house looked to Bridey like a house in a fairytale. It rambled this way and that, with long hallways and bow windows and several porches and sunrooms and a four-story octagonal turret. The windows at the top of the turret were arched and color-stained like…