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

San Gimignano
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.

Read more of this post

Humble and Kind: The Legacy of Willie Theyon Adams [IN REMEMBRANCE]

Willie Theyon Adams

Today we attended the memorial service for an old friend, Willie Theyon Adams of Monroe, La. He wasn’t famous. He didn’t leave behind a vast estate or change the world with new inventions. No monuments will be erected in his honor. And yet, his legacy is one that will be remembered and carried in the hearts of his friends and family for many years to come.

Read more of this post