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Follow the River by James Alexander Thom

I read Follow the River about 20 years ago and I am returning to the novel on audio.   This work of historical fiction is incredible.  Based on the true story of Mary Draper Ingles, it describes her capture and subsequent … Continue reading

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The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh

Victoria Jones has just aged out of the foster care system, and her case worker is transporting her to a transitional home. In alternating chapters, the reader watches Victoria make her way in the world and learns of her past. … Continue reading

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The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty

In The Husband’s Secret the lives of three Australian women are intertwined in ways they would never have thought possible. For years, the tragedy of a teenage daughter’s death has haunted one of the women and unknowingly affected another. The … Continue reading

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The Bikini Car Wash by Pamela Morsi

Women’s Fiction is a genre I don’t read much of, but a lot of romance authors I’ve enjoyed in the past have now moved into writing it, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to catch up with … Continue reading

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The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen

The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen, author of The Girl Who Chased the Moon and Garden Spells, takes us this time to Walls of Water, North Carolina, which is famous for its waterfalls and the fog that they bring … Continue reading

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