May 11th, 2012
Books

The Right-Hand Shore

Illustration by Celine Loup for the New York Times Book Review

My sister and I love stories of Old World families with property and lots of familial politics. Probably doesn’t take a Freudian scholar to figure out the draw of these tales. So when the New York Times reviewed The Right-Hand Shore, Christopher Tilghman’s new novel set on a Chesapeake plantation named Mason’s Retreat, a property that has been held by one family since 1657, my interest was piqued. I will let you know if it’s a good read.

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  • this illustration is adorable!

    frankyMay 11th, 2012  10:39 AM

     
  • Small world! Christopher is my father’s cousin and we have been to said plantation many times… Love your blog an can’t wait to hear if it is a good read!

    LindleyMay 11th, 2012  1:22 PM

     

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