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Review Date: 4/26/2014
A short, but encouraging story of a young mother, in her 30's, and her personal and spiritual growth through cancer treatment. Inspiring. Contains questions for reflection. Good for anyone facing any type of crisis but especially for those with breast cancer and children.
Review Date: 9/11/2012
A great guilty pleasure book. This book got me hooked on the trilogy. Once i read this I HAD to read the other two RIGHT NOW! Just the right combination of romance and suspense to make a fun escapist reading adventure. A little bit naughty so I wouldn't recommend for teens.
Review Date: 3/23/2015
Well plotted member of an addictive series.
Review Date: 11/24/2010
Helpful Score: 2
Earlene Fowler has done it again. This book makes you wish it were part of a series so you could keep reading about she engaging characters she has created. Unlike the Benni Harper series though, The Saddlemaker's Wife is a stand alone book. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Review Date: 10/14/2011
Helpful Score: 1
If you admire outdoorsy type characters (even if you are not one yourself) who are so self sufficient they can hike for days with not even one blister, then you'll like Anna Pigeon. If you like national parks and wish you could explore them in-depth, then Nevada Barr is the author for you. If you like mysteries that you can't figure out until the end, then Track of the Cat is your read. I usually read cozies, so I found it a little gritty for my taste, but I still ordered the next title in the series.
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