Written by: Anne K. Hawkinson Who is the man with the port wine stain on his hand? He knows something of the way carriages are constructed as he removes the pin from the wheel of Jared’s carriage, ensuring its breakdown later in the day. How does he gain access to the carriage so easily, without […]
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Written by: Anne K. Hawkinson Jared’s home in Paris is fully staffed with capable and loyal (so we’re told) servants. We see them in every part of the house, attending to Claire, Jamie, and Murtagh’s every need. When they are not attending to their respective charges, they stand at quiet attention, within earshot of private, potentially […]
Written by: Anne K. Hawkinson “Not in Scotland Anymore” drew me into a web of deception, plotting, and lies. Who is friend and who is foe? One slip of the tongue, one conversation with the “wrong” person and it could all be for naught. I searched for a steady thread, a ballast of sorts, and […]
Written by: Anne K. Hawkinson How can you leave the past behind when it’s become part of your present self? Claire’s gut-wrenching grief brought me to tears 15 seconds into Through a Glass, Darkly. Her loss was palpable, the kind that makes your heart literally ache with the reality that someone you loved so deeply […]