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The Memory House

Reviewed by: Edna Johnson of Faith Baptist in Winfield, IL REVIEW INTRODUCTION Title: The Memory House Author: Rachel Hauck Publisher: Thomas Nelson https://www.thomasnelson.com/ Publication date: 2019 Format: Paperback Length of book: 369 pages Overview: After losing memories of her father in the 9/11 attack, Beck goes on in life to become a cop. An unexpected pregnancy […]

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Tidewater Bride

The story is based on actual history and is rooted in the legend of Pocahontas, John Smith and those
early settlers. I found the interactions between the settlers and the Indians interesting as well as the
tensions that ensue between them. The novel is a fascinating look at this time period along with an
element of romance.

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Betrayal of trust

This is a very quick, easy read but one that will intrigue the reader and keep them reading to the conclusion. 

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An Uncommon Woman

Western Virginia in the 1770’s is not for the faint of heart. Tessa Swan who has been born and raised on
the frontier along with five brothers is a courageous and outspoken woman. Clay Taggert, raised by
Lenape Indians, takes command of a fort bearing his name after distinguishing himself in the Seven
Years’ War. He brings along Keturah, Tess’s childhood friend, who was an Indian captive like himself.
Tessa tries to reconnect with Keturah who has forgotten much of her childhood with her family before
being taken by the Indians.
Charged with keeping peace with the local tribes, Clay is trying to avoid any romantic involvement with
Tessa. When Tessa is captured by the Indians, Clay is determined to rescue her and the nature of their
relationship changes.

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