This historical novel relates the stores of two women who work as indentured servants on a plantation in the 1830s. Their paths differ as they come of age. A compelling read.
The Washington Post review notes: "Walls has spun another rich story that spotlights, as she said in a recent interview, “people with dreams and vulnerabilities, tough folk in rough situations.” Also, it’s a lot of fun to read."
Monmouth Beach library patrons have read this book and recommend it!
This is a fun novel that follows three women in an old Brooklyn Heights clan - one born with money, one who married into it, and one who wants to give it away.
A subtly futuristic novel where the murdered can be brought back to life. Not overly sci fi! When the woman learns new information on the crime committed against her, she starts to investigate her own murder.
This novel is a modern spin on Little Women. A beautiful story on sisters and what can bring them together and tear them apart.
Non-fictional account of three generations on family, all of whom served the FDNY