Rhys Bowen Takes Readers on a Journey to the Past in ‘The Tuscan Child’ [REVIEW]

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A woman travels to Italy to discover the truth about her father’s past in Rhys Bowen’s The Tuscan Child. (Photo by Roberto Trombetta, Flickr)

A father’s secrets. A daughter’s search for answers. The place that heals them both. In Rhys Bowen’s The Tuscan Child, thirty years separates two people bound by blood and trauma. But within the breathtaking Italian countryside, they’ll find a way forward.

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QUEENIE’S PLACE: An Interview with Toni Morgan

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Toni Morgan (Photo courtesy Toni Morgan, Author/Facebook)

Toni Morgan is an artist and author of six novels, including Queenie’s Place, the compelling story of a military family who is reassigned from California to North Carolina during the 1970s, only to find themselves at odds with practically everyone. We are so delighted she can stop by and chat with us today, and we hope you enjoy this exclusive interview! –J&H

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