Born with Teeth

Rip planted this red flag squarely in my field of vision, and still I could not see it.
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Born with Teeth by Kate Mulgrew

How it begins: I started out in a green house with a red door in a small town, where mysteries abounded.

This book brought me back to my long-neglected blog. I got it in the mail yesterday and I sit her sad that I’m already through it and pleased to share it with anyone who is looking for something to read.

Already a fan of Ms. Muldrew (as Red on Orange is the New Black), I had no other expectations, other than the hope for kept interest, when I ordered the book to my mailbox.

It was a beautiful story and a true pleasure to read. Pain is woven into chapters with care and love. Sadness is captured with longing sincerity.

Her story is told with respect for the other characters, with passion for her work, her loved ones and for herself and with an openness to joy that is waited for, and never too far off.

Read this book. There is such beauty in the pages.

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