The stories in Christine Harrison’s Red Roses for a Blue Lady take place in the ordinary world, but they are underlaid with magic, and often violence. Many feature strained marital, or ex-marital, relationships, and Harrison is successful in suggesting the ways in which turbulent emotion can lie behind the most innocuous seeming of social interactions. […]
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