Literally a division of Nodebud

Laurel Davis Huber



“. . . a masterpiece. In a story as exquisitely wrought as Pamela’s intricate line drawings, debut novelist Huber brings to life the challenges of childhood genius, the glittering world of the creative arts in the decades leading up to World War II and beyond, the devastation of mental illness, and the power of unwavering parental love. Incandescent, pitch-perfect, and destined for greatness.” Library Journal, starred review

“Combining the elegance of literary fiction with realistic period atmosphere and an emotional openness reminiscent of personal memoirs, the prose is entirely immersive … A compelling read for art and women’s history enthusiasts as well as historical fiction fans.” Booklist

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