[DWJ] recommendations

Otter Perry ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Sat Jul 27 05:13:07 EDT 2013

I've read Elizabeth Marie Pope, both of them. The New York one is _The Sherwood
Ring_. I own them, too. And I love them.

On Jul 27, 2013, at 2:59 AM, Gillian Houck wrote:

> This isn't people of
> color but has anyone read the two Elizabeth Marie Pope books?  One is a Tam
> Lin story, set at the end of the reign of Mary Tudor, called the Perilous
> Gard.  The other is set in Upstate New York, both in modern day (the 1950s,
> I think) and the Revolutionary War.  I loved those books so much I never
> forgave her for not writing more.  Arrggh! Just read this wikipedia page on
> her and she was teaching at Mills College till 1982, when I was 17, having
> already read those two books over and over, and she was only one town
> away!  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Marie_Pope


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