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(Book review) How The Light Gets In

This story begins at a funeral where a young women, Ruth, is burying her husband while trying to keep her two and six year old daughters quiet and distracted. Ruth lost both her husband and her father-in-law in a bombing incident overseas. Now Ruth and her mother in-law Mabel are staying with family in a Mennonite community, on a cranberry farm in Wisconsin. The story has many plot twists and turns and you will often find yourself wondering how the issues that come up could ever be resolved. 

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(Book review) Hidden Peril

As usual, Irene has written another page turner that is full of suspense. Kristen Dane and two longtime friends vow to make the world a better place. None of them plan on the events that take them through theft or cold blooded murder. Kristen, an innocent owner of Word Craft Shop, finds that some of the things she sells are part of a plot to destroy America. Plan to spend some late hours reading as you are not going to be able to put this book down.

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Silent Superstitions (Christy of Cutter Gap #2)

Archer fills the story with themes about forgiveness, love versus superstition, the trials of faith and Christian witness. Readers will find all of these ideas instruction and convicting.

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