Miss Garnet’s Angel


Author: Salley Vickers

If you spend most of your life alone you do not know that you are lonely…. A shimmering first novel of self-discovery, of redemption from numb solitude, and of the matchless consolations to be found in human connection and spiritual nourishment, Miss Garnet’s Angel limns-with uncommon subtlety and an engaging, often subversive wit-the thematic parallels and intersections….Read More

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