Traveling Sisters Book Reviews

“Read the best books first, or you may not have a chance to read them at all.” ― Henry David Thoreau

Lindsay’s review Pulse-pounding from start to finish! A small town neighbourhood. One woman goes missing leaving her newborn baby and husband behind. Weeks later another local woman and her young daughter don’t come home. The town is shocked and devastated. Could there be a link between these families? This story gripped me from start to …

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“Harrowing story that follows an enslaved woman forced to barter love and freedom while living in the most infamous slave jail in Virginia.“ Yellow Wife is inspired by real lives of Mary and Robert Lumpkin and The Lumpkin Jail located in Richmond, Virginia from 1830 through The Civil War. Lindsay’s review A powerful, well-written, intriguing …

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Lindsay’s review Rose and Fern are twin sisters. Rose is strong and determined. Fern is quirky, socially awkward and a literal thinker. Rose has always been Fern’s “protector” which started in childhood and has continued on into their adult years. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know these unforgettable characters. The various relationship dynamics were a …

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