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Through the Deep Waters by Kim Vogel Sawyer

25 May
Through the Deep Waters by Kim Vogel Sawyer

Deep WatersDon’t you love a book that draws you in and doesn’t let you go? That’s how I felt reading Kim Vogel Sawyer’s new book Through the Deep Waters. I picked it up because I am interested in the Harvey House girls. While Dinah Hubley isn’t old enough to work as a server, she does work in Clifton Hotel as a chambermaid and has ambitions to join the ranks as a Harvey House girl as soon as she turns eighteen.

When a handsome local chicken farmer, Amos Ackerman, takes notice of her, she has to make some difficult decisions about her future. Above all else, is making sure nobody finds out about her past and the terrible thing she did.

Kim Sawyer has a gift of weaving a tale set in history and drawing the reader into it. I hated when I had to put the book down to do things that had to get accomplished. Instead I wanted to slip into Dinah and Amos’ world until I came to the final page…then I didn’t want to leave. πŸ™‚

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JodSocial Media 2015ie Wolfe loves to stroll through history with the characters she creates. When not writing she enjoys spending time with her husband, reading and walking.

 
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Posted by on May 25, 2016 in Book Reviews, Jodie Wolfe, Writing

 

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4 responses to “Through the Deep Waters by Kim Vogel Sawyer

  1. Pegg Thomas

    May 25, 2016 at 7:04 am

    I’ve enjoyed a couple of books by Kim Vogel Sawyer. I’ll have to check this one out. Thanks for the recommendation.

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  2. jerichakingston

    May 25, 2016 at 9:16 am

    Thank you, Jodie! I’m anxiously waiting for Voices from the Past to be delivered to my door! They’re writings from the Puritans. I read a few pages when I visited a friend. I knew I had to have a copy of my own. πŸ™‚

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  3. Robin Patchen

    May 25, 2016 at 9:45 am

    Looks good!

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  4. susanmarlenekinney

    May 29, 2016 at 6:46 pm

    I’ve read “A Promise of Spring” by Kim Vogel Sawyer and really enjoyed that story. Currently I’m reading Patrick W Carr’s “A Draw of Kings,” which is fantasy–not my usual genre. I’m really enjoying his pages and this is book # three of The Staff & The Sword. I’m also reading history books on Bangor Maine. Wonderful review! I’ll have to get this novel.

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