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  • Eleanor's story, visiting her childhood home of Gibside in northeast England, where her house is still in ruins, and the romantic Glamis Castle (pronounced 'glarms') belonging to her first husband in Scotland, where the late Queen Mother was brought up, as well as trawling through countless boxes of letters, diaries, bills, and even schoolbooks in various archives.

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  • Now, you might assume the picture to be part of a newly released presidential archive, or perhaps the centrepiece of a major Smithsonian exhibition entitled something like: "Eleanor's Heirs: from Roosevelt to Richie."

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  • I really enjoyed the author's evocative yet straightforward prose she employed to weave the tale of Eleanor's tribulations.

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  • The imagery and mood created flow easily out of the narrative to bring Eleanor's time among the village people of the Myri to visual life.

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  • After a time one rumbles his technique: a big emotional set-to, followed by pure bathos like Eleanor's "Well, what family doesn't have its ups and downs?"

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  • The four-woman ensemble is exceptionally tight, with the strongest performances coming from Lauren English and Maggie Mason as Eleanor's two daughters.

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  • An armed robber who specializes in holding up 7-Eleven stores, Mary Maggie Mason is the more aggressive of Eleanor's daughters.

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  • Also I have to shout out to Eleanor's partner Patrick Wood for the permanent loan of a new-to-me Mac laptop so I can finish out the revisions for Tate's last Garnet book without having to strain my neck at this big computer.

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  • Tonight is Wyrdsmiths, which I'm looking forward to, and I'm almost ready for -- I need to finish reading Eleanor's short story and print out the next chapter of Tate's ALMOST FINAL CURTAIN, which is the sequel to ALMOST TO DIE FOR (coming out in August.)

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  • But in my de-arrangement, it is the story of Eleanor's unconsummated and secret yearning for Father Mackenzie.

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