Tilde

370 pages
isbn: 978-0-578-07336-1
published: 2010

Tilde is the story of a sensitive young artist coming of age during the Great Depression. She is also bi-polar at a time when there was little understanding of, and no treatment for the condition.

It’s the era of the Charleston and the Lindy Hop; of Al Capone and Prohibition; of Greta Garbo and Charles Lindbergh; of bank failures and Hoovervilles. It’s a story of lives destroyed, and of hopes that rise from the ashes.

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