The magic of girl power
From the top floor of her Wrigleyville three-flat, Mary Osborneconjured her first novel of a girl growing up in Italy’s Renaissance,wrestling with how she’ll use her God-given talent to paint in a worldthat believes God only put you there to be someone’s wife and have hischildren. (And a father hell-bent on making sure God’s will be done.)
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Bosnian lab helps Iraq unearth war secrets
One of the cleaning ladiesin the building won’t enter the room where the vials are stored because she can feel the restless souls inside them.
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