1. Caren J. Werlinger – Miserere
Miserere was an exciting and intriguing read. The characters came to life and brought you into their intense and complex lives. It is a book that I find myself wanting to read over and over again. (Mitzie)
This is a great package of history (old and more recent), the old south of segregration & paranormal. Very well done! (Henriette)
A wonderfully well-crafted, well-written story that took me on a journey from Ireland in the mid-eighteen hundreds to 1967. I loved how Ms. Werlinger wove the story of generations seamlessly together in this mystery of a tale. One of the best stories I've read this year. (Venona)
2. Charlie Cochrane - Promises Made Under Fire
3. Elin Gregory - On A Lee Shore
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