Upcoming Release: Shared Sin
(Owl Hollow Press) Spring 2023
16-year-old Victoria Robbins feels trapped by her high-society life and escapes by visiting with her neighbor, Miss Lizzie Borden, reading Sherlock Holmes serials and—when the urge overtakes her—stealing. When her next-door neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Borden are murdered and Lizzie is accused of committing the acts, Victoria goes to extraordinary lengths to solve the mystery and ensure she does not become like Lizzie Borden,
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Booklover/ Leah C
This was a cute short story really meant for youth. I do you recommend it. It's a scrapbook full of letters between two best friends one American German Heritage who gets to live a normal life during World War II and her best friend who is Japanese-American. The Japanese girl is sent to internment camp with her family, having to leave her home school friends and even her puppy behind. It's a good read because it shows that not everybody was prejudiced against the Japanese during the war, it also does show how many people were. It's a dark part of our American history which should be discussed more in schools than it is. This book is pure fiction, however it could be real. It tells a real story from the viewpoint of these two young girls and I do recommend it for young people to read. I think they would enjoy it and I think that get something out of it as well. I did enjoy it
Haven is a great read, whether you are young or grown up, boy or girl. There's longing in it (for adventure and an ATV) there's humor and a great boy friendship. There's a budding boy-girl friendship that rings totally-true. There's a glimpse of what life is like when you don't have a family, and what it can be like when you DO have a family, but somehow, things are never quite right at home. The ending is so VERY satisfying... and I can't tell anything about it, or I'll spoil multiple surprises.