Tag Archives: fiction

The Weight of Memory

Smucker mixes suspense and fantasy, and talks about some heavy subjects (grieving, loss, addiction) without giving heavy-handed lectures. The deliberate underexplaining also lets Smucker combine suspense and fantasy (which don’t always fit together) into a cohesive story.

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Claiming Her Inheritance

Butterfield gives something enjoyable and tender. Readers familiar with Christian Romance will be pleased and satisfied.

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The healing of Natalie Curtis

A very interesting and informative story about a little known but very important author and champion of indigenous people.

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