Two Gothic tales

Novels of dread and gloom. Seems fitting for today’s weather. In The taxidermist’s Daughter by Kate Mosse, the death of a stranger unsettles a remote English village,  particularly a woman who alone on its outskirts. In Miller’s Valley by Anna Quindlen, a young woman comes of age in the 1960’s, burdened by family secrets  and silences (not Goth, exactly, but Drama with a capital D). .

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