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Kerrin’s Book Reviews

  • Fellowship Point
    Agnes Lee, a never-married author, and Polly Wister, a devoted wife and mother, have known each other since birth. They both were born into affluent Philadelphia Quaker families. In the […]
  • The German Wife
    The German Wife is an odd name for a novel that is equally about a German wife and an American wife. Kelly Rimmer’s novel follows the two very different lives […]
  • The Woman In The Library
    The Woman In The Library by Sulari Gentill is a clever murder mystery that involves a story within a story. It begins with a Bostonian named Leo writing to an […]
  • The Proof Is In The Poison
    Whenever I read a book written by my friend, Diane Kelly, I always learn something new. Her second book in the Southern Homebrew Mystery Series The Proof Is In the […]
  • Bloomsbury Girls
    Bloomsbury Girls is the follow-up to Natalie Jenner’s 2020 novel, The Jane Austen Society. This book reads as a stand-alone and it is not necessary to read the first one. […]