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Review of Beneath Copper Falls

      In Colleen Coble’s Beneath Copper Falls, dispatcher Dana Newell escapes to Rock Harbor to break out of an abusive relationship and make a new life. When a desperate friend also finds herself under threat and calls 911 … Continue reading

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Review of The Butterfly and the Violin

    In Kristi Cambron’s The Butterfly and the Violin, talented violinist Adele Von Braun lives a sheltered life in 1942 Austria but yearns to help those who are affected by war. To that end, she undertakes the dangerous mission … Continue reading

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Review of Seven Women

      In his book, Seven Women and the Secret of Their Greatness, Eric Metaxas writes short biographies of influential women who impacted their respective societies. Each profile is twenty-five to thirty pages in length. Beginning with Joan of … Continue reading

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Review of The Inn at Ocean’s Edge

Claire Dellamare disappeared from a birthday party decades ago. Returned to her family under mysterious circumstances, she has recurring nightmares and many questions. In order to find the peace she desires, she must uncover the secrets of her past. But … Continue reading

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Review of A Sparrow in Terezin

    Two women, separated by generations but brought together by a common heritage, are forced to fight for their families and futures, and discover more courage than they believed possible. Sera, a newlywed, must find the evidence to exonerate … Continue reading

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