Fiction Based on Strange, But True, History
True, riveting stories of American criminal activity are explored through unique stories of historical romantic suspense. Collect them all and be inspired by the hope that always finds its way even in the darkest of times.
When Harriet Peters came to Boston in 1882, the Robinson family took her in as one of their own, and Harriet became closer to Lizzie Robinson than her own siblings. Now, four years later, Lizzie is deathly sick, failing quickly just like several others in her family have done over the past few years. How can so many in one family die from the same mysterious illness? Harriet doesnt have answers, but she is determined to help the family, bringing in a new-to-the-neighborhood doctor, Michael Wheaton.
As Harriet and Michael close in on the answer, putting their own lives at risk, can the cause be found before anyone else dies?
- Heroine drove me crazy
I seldom write a negative review but feel compelled to say that the heroine in this book is TSTL (too stupid too live). The book went on and on and on and she didn't get any smarter. The woman in this book was similar to the commercial where the people who are acting in a horror movie decide to hide behind the chainsaw-one bad decision after another. This could have been a 30 minute book as the plot was basically: Bad incident; heroine denies anything bad happening; repeat; repeat; repeat; repeat. The plot was 110% predictable. The narrator did a fine job but I will not listen to this book again. NOTE: I read this was based on a true event. How sad the woman wasn't a bit smarter. She could have saved lives.
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