Book Review: The Traitor's Wife by Kathleen Kent
The original title of the book was The Wolves of Andover, named for the problem with wolves attacking livestock on Daniel and Patience's farm.
I have loved both books The Heretic's Daughter and The Traitor's Wife. Neither story is a "roses and sunshine" disposition. Rather they are gray-clouded and a bit chilly tales of a rugged harsh life in early America. The somber characters seem bleak and pale and certainly guarded. Yet, the author displays their humanity through their actions, even if much of their actions are done out in the open with timidity.
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Published September 2011 by Reagan Arthur/Back Bay Books
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Fiction/Early American History/Puritan
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