Our third Pinkorama takes us to upstate New York in the bitter cold winter of 1899. Kayse brings us “The English Peep”, from the stand alone novel, The English Wife.
Kayse writes: “The scene is, of course, the wintery gardens of Illyria, during the Van Duyvils’ Twelfth Night masquerade ball.”
Check out those amazing Renaissance costumes the characters are wearing– including the murdered man (peep?) in his doublet!
Is a murder being discovered or is it being committed? You might just have to read the book to figure it out….
Thank you, Kayse, for this amazing depiction of the Peep Night Ball!
Stay tuned for Pinkormama #4, coming tomorrow….