Whistle for the Crows by Dorothy Eden


Whistle for the Crows, Dorothy Eden, 1962 (MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS) My favorite quote: “It only took the forlorn sound of the baby crying to complete her loss of morale.” (I really identified with this because I, too, have felt much loss of morale at the sounds of shrieking babies — especially at Walmart when myContinue reading “Whistle for the Crows by Dorothy Eden”

Winterwood by Dorothy Eden


Winterwood, Dorothy Eden, 1967 My favorite quote: “She had never felt so radiantly alive — nor so aware of potential danger and heartbreak.” Notable characters: Lavinia, the beautiful, strong-willed, naive new governess; Daniel, the distant, broad-shouldered, square-jawed, brooding master of the house; Winterwood, the sprawling, mysterious manor that harbors more skeletons in one closet thanContinue reading “Winterwood by Dorothy Eden”