Review: Child of Winter by T.R. Hitchman

Reminiscent of Shirley Jackson’s work. Hitchman is fluent in the language of mood and emotion, a deep wellspring of feeling bubbling up through her rich, lustrous prose. One feels at home in the writing, which displays a great depth of understanding in regard to psychology and interpersonal relationships. Indeed, so much of Hitchman’s power lies… Continue reading Review: Child of Winter by T.R. Hitchman

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