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Last Chance For Justice was an easy going and nice read. Kathi Macias wrote a wonderful story about a mother and her daughter, both with great faith. Lynn who prefers an unchanging routine and Rachel who is carefree spend a few weeks on a little adventure and end up with a bit of a mystery to solve. Worth Reading, Good Reading, Last Chances, Christian Reading, Book Worth, Book Review, Bloomfield Novelbi, Christian Novels, Kathy Macia
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I just finished reading A Simple Song by Melody Carlson and I really enjoyed it as I have her past books so I was thrilled to read another one of her books so soon after. I always prefer reading a book by an author I am familiar with so I was really looking forward to Lock, Stock and Over a Barrel.
Kate and Christopher Dearing’s lives turn upside down when their father loses everything in a railroad land speculation. The siblings are shipped off to their mother’s brother in England with one edict: marry money. At twenty-seven years old, Kate has the stigma of being passed over by eligible men many times—and that was before she had no dowry. Christopher would like nothing better than to make his own way in the world...
Sing Them Home by Stephanie Kallos (Sing Them Home is a moving portrait of three siblings who have lived in the shadow of unresolved grief since their mother’s disappearance when they were children. When they’re summoned home after their father’s death, each sibling is forced to revisit the childhood tragedy that has defined their lives.)