Tag Archives: twentieth century fiction

Meet Mary MacDougall

Today Richard Audry is joining us at Ascroft, eh? to tell us how Mary MacDougall, the main character in his Mary MacDougall Mystery series, came into being. Welcome Richard. Without further ado, I’ll turn the floor over to you and … Continue reading

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Delving Into the Darling Dahlias

Today I’ve invited Susan Wittig Albert, author of The Darling Dahlias and the Unlucky Clover, the seventh book in the Darling Dahlias series, to Ascroft, eh? to tell us about her latest novel. Welcome Susan. Let’s get started, shall we? … Continue reading

Posted in March 2018, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Peering Into The Gilded Cage

Today Judy Alter is joining me to tell us a bit about her novel, The Gilded Cage. Welcome Judy. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about your novel. JA: Against the background of Chicago history in the last half … Continue reading

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Bewitched By A Neopolitan Medium

Last weekend I finished reading The Witch of Napoli by Michael Schmicker. Before I started the book, I decided that I shouldn’t spend time reading it immediately before I went outside in the evenings to work in the farmyard. I … Continue reading

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