Another great book by Burke. Will Patton brings the story to life. I wish it was not so violent, but then it wouldn't be Dave Robicheaux novel. Great ending!
Ms. Flynn must be a little crazy to come with a plot like this one. Language is a bit raunchy. The characters are so complex and well developed. I was a little disappointed with the ending. However I don't know what kind of ending I would have wanted. Overall I enjoyed this book very much.
Each book in this series just gets better and better. The books can stand alone, however I love the growth of the characters. The author's subject matter is so interesting, in this installment she brings in the phenomenon of the quince's that were born in the Canada in the 1930's. What a unique detective story with a great deal of heart. I can't wait for the next book in this series.
One of the best books I've read in a long time. The book follows an eleven year old girl Sarah from Charleston who is given a young slave girl, Handful, for her birthday. Their unlikely relationship continues till both women are in their late 40's. This is based on the lives of two sisters who became Abolitionist and women advocates in the early 1800's. Sue Monk Kid tells the story of the two in their own voice. I highly recommend this book.
Enjoyable book, great main characters, but not an original plot in my opinion. good for a quick summer beach read
I believe that a good book leaves you wanting to know more about a subject. This book will entertain and educate you. I loved the setting of this mystery. The character's continue to surprise the reader, I can't wait for the next in the series.
Alice has forgotten the last 10 years of her life. Her family has not! I think some of us might want to forget some of our past. All of us have had wonderful things happen and as Alice finds out things have not turned out like she thought they would. Great Read.
I was disappointed in the story line with Sophia and the cowboy. To me it read like a teenage love story. I did enjoy the story line of Ira and his wife. I thought the book was very predictable.
Touching story about a family working together to save a little girls future. Plot all not sugar and spice. Mary Kay addresses topics that are not all that funny in a light hearted fashion. The ending was unique/
Moving story about Emma a prima ballerina that has a career ending injury. As result she is forced to reevaluate her priorities. She begins to dive into her grandmother's past history. This writer reminds me of Kate Morton. the plot has lots of dimensions.
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