Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Book Review: The Daughters of Jim Farrell

Jim Farrell was hung for murder in the 1870's. His daughters, filled with disbelief that he could do this, hired an investigator from Pinkerton. The agent and the oldest daughter, Kate work closely together, mainly because she is the one that has the greatest resentment against the town. Virginia is looking for the true murderer, along with a miner. Charlotte's future-husband's family feels the hanging reflects badly on Charlotte's community standing. These three strong ladies face struggles yet they have a strong belief in their father.

Sylvia Bambola writes about strong female characters. I admire her writing and always look for more from her.

I was given this book by bookfun.org in exchange for my honest review. 

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