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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Third Batch of Saturday Free Books 5-19-2012

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Category: Historical Fiction

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Set in Edwardian times, the novel deals with characters from different classes united by a desire to improve the lot of working people. Kate Cartwright begins life as a mill-girl but rises to become a socialist troublemaker – which pains her brother Walter, an aspiring snob. The Otterly’s own an influential newspaper and the Hinchcliffes live off the cotton industry. Edmund Otterly, in love with Lucy Hinchcliffe, becomes a campaigning journalist while Lucy and brother Teddy struggle to aid the poor in the East End.

Lucy befriends Kate Cartwright when Edmund’s brother Bernard seduces Kate’s sister Susan, a maid of the Otterlys. Disillusioned with Christian Socialism, Lucy becomes a suffragette and has a passionate affair with Tom Connor, a renegade union leader. Shamed when Edmund discovers her affair, she joins a suffragette demonstration and is jailed and force-fed when on hunger strike. Released, she leaves London and returns home, where a longtime admirer awaits her. Edmund is consoled by Harriet, an American photographer. Kate, hopelessly in love with Teddy, also leaves and Teddy is left to suffer alone.

The same characters, and some new ones, will be found in the sequel, SPARROWS IN A TEMPEST, which concludes the story in 1917. As in SOME GREAT ENDEAVOUR, the characters interact with recognisable historical figures. And in both novels the struggle of workers for justice and of women for emancipation are important themes.

Where Wildflowers Bloom by Ann Shorey

Rating: 4.5 Stars from 54 votes
Category: Historical Romance

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The War Between the States stole a father and brother from Faith Lindberg-- as well as Royal Baxter, the man she wanted to marry. With only her grandfather left, she dreams of leaving Noble Springs, Missouri, and traveling west to Oregon to start a new life, away from the memories that haunt her. But first she must convince her grandfather to sell the family's mercantile and leave a town their family has called home for generations.

When Royal Baxter suddenly returns to town, Faith allows herself to hope that her dreams might come true. Does he truly love her? Or could another man claim her heart? Will she find that following her dreams may not mean leaving home after all?

The characters in Where Wildflowers Bloom jump off the page and into the reader's heart. Author Ann Shorey infuses her characters with the virtues and quirks that bring them fully alive as they search for contentment and love.

Her Nowhere by Brigetta Schwaiger

Rating: 4.9 Stars from 17 votes
Category: Drama

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Anna Broxton’s marriage to the top Tommy John surgeon in the West and their idyllic ranch life in the Flathead Valley of Montana makes most women envy her. That is, until one simple moment changes her family forever.

Unable to bear the presence of her once adored husband, she abandons her life and finds "her nowhere" a small organic farm on the Southern tip of Sweden. There, she tills the soil, plants seeds, learns to pickle cucumbers, and fights her attraction to a younger man.

Her unlikely friendships with two unique women awaken her to suffering other than her own and help her face her part in the tragedy. She returns home to find her husband has found his own nowhere and must fight for whatever love remains in the gaps of their shattered family.

Her Nowhere is a tearjerker about relationships and what they can survive—if we let them. It is appropriate for book club discussion about our own unique tragedies, how we respond to them, how they shape us, humanitarianism, organic farming, and the imperfection of motherhood.

Fair Warning by George E. Simpson & Neal R. Burger

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Category: Historical Thriller

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America is set to finally end World War II with a devastating act--dropping the atomic bomb over Japan. But what if a secret mission was set in place to alter the course of history? In this fast-paced and imaginative thriller, the authors strike a brilliant chord between what was, and what might have been.

It is July 1945. Germany has surrendered, and the U.S. is poised for one last surge against the Japanese. Under pressure from both the press and the Washington politicos, Secretary of War Henry Stimson launches a mission so secret, not even the President knows. Dubbed Operation Big Stick, it is a subversive plot to warn the Japanese and get them to surrender. Charged with leading the daring mission is Captain Patrick Snyder, an impulsive, smart-talking intelligence officer, who fears what failure will bring, not only to himself, but to the entire world.

"From the chambers of Truman and Stalin at Potsdam to outposts in the Pacific…a suspenseful and well-constructed thriller."
--Publishers Weekly

"Well-plotted, well-paced…convey(s) the urgency surrounding the bomb in those final days of the war."
--Houston Chronicle