Three sisters ~ Tallis Steelyard Guest Post

This is the 13th day of Jim Webster’s latest blog tour. Today, he’s the guest of Ken Gierke on his blog. First, is the tale of a tragic romance involving a glovemaker’s brother and one of three sisters. Second, there are two humorous and entertaining books, on offer by Jim Webster. One in a Kindle edition and one is in both a Kindle edition and a paperback version . Both contain various stories about the characters of Port Naain. Reviews of both books are included.

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Tallis Steelyard Guest Post

It was Estini Clogwain who got me involved in this mad quest. She was a charming young woman, she made gloves, bespoke, for private clients. I would occasionally see her when in the presence of a common patron. By unspoken agreement I always made a point of commenting favourable about her gloves to anybody who asked, and I know for a fact she recommended me as a safe pair of hands for anybody wishing to organise an entertainment.

But I was a little surprised when I got home to the barge one evening to find her sobbing on Shena’s shoulder. I did the sensible thing and made coffee and waited for the ladies to involve me in the conversation. Eventually the reason for her presence was vouchsafed to me. She had a
brother, somewhat older, who had been courting the younger Mistress Yarbattle. He had disappeared. She had had no…

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