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Monday, 30 January 2012

The Rose of Winslow Street ~


As beautiful a read as conveyed by its cover,
you will not want to lay this story aside...


another Monday and What are You Reading?
joining all the fab readers over at Sheila's Book Journey

sharing their week's reading ~
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In the small town of Colden, Massachusetts, Libby Sawyer leads a quiet, predictable life. 
Yet beneath the surface, she is haunted by a secret shame...
Newly arrived on American shores, Michael Dobrescu is far from predictable.  
His arrival in Colden is anything but quiet. 
Michael's shocking claim to be the rightful owner of Libby's father's house 
immediately alienates him from the appalled citizens of Colden.
Despite her own outrage, 
Libby is unwittingly fascinated by this enigmatic man 
who seems equally intrigued by her. 

When valuable and sensitive documents go missing, 
Michael and his family are targeted as likely culprits. 
Determined to discover the truth behind the stolen papers, 
Libby investigates, only to find herself confronting 
both mystery and long buried relational issues.

As the court's decision about the house looms and the layers of mystery 
surrounding Michael's past are unveiled, 
Libby's loyalties are tested in ways she never imagined...


lovely ~ 
intriguing people and places
Elizabeth once again scores highly with her newest novel.
excellent attention to details
and realistic characterization filled with abundant secrets
result in a beautiful historic story.
Elizabeth has a knack for presenting unusual plots that spare 
readers from the commonplace with vibrant characters.

Well Done! 
and Congratulations, Elizabeth, on another winner!

A research librarian and associate professor,

Elizabeth Camden 
has a master's in history from the University of Virginia 
and a master's in library science from Indiana University. 
She has published several articles for academic publications 
and is the author of four nonfiction history books. 
Her ongoing fascination with history and love of literature 
have led her to write inspirational fiction. 
Elizabeth lives with her husband in Orlando, Florida. 
Be sure to visit her at ElizabethCamden for newsletter signup,
blog, news and events.


Publication Date Jan. 12 Paperback
Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group 
and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.
Available at your favourite bookseller from Bethany House, 
a division of Baker Publishing Group



3 comments:

Maria@BubblegumandDuctTape said...

wow that sounds like a very cool book with lots going on. I'm definitely reading this one.

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

great Maria! come back for tea and let me know what you thought once you've read it, ok? thanks!

Kathy said...

Hi: What a gorgeous blog and I love your blog name. See what I'm reading at http://yearofreadingmybooks.wordpress.com/2012/02/06/887/ Happy reading, Ruby

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