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Kerrin’s Book Reviews

  • Yellow Wife
    Yellow Wife by Sadeqa Johnson is the engrossing story of a mulatto slave named Pheby Delores Brown. Beginning in 1850 and going through 1857, Pheby bravely endures her life as […]
  • Leonora In The Morning Light
    Leonora In The Morning Light is the debut novel of poet Michaela Carter. It is a fictionalized account of the real-life love affair between British debutant turned artist, Leonora Carrington, […]
  • The Last Bookshop in London
    The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin is a lovely tribute to the people of London who survived the Blitz during World War II. The story emphasizes what true […]
  • Everything Beautiful in Its Time
    The title of Jenna Bush Hager’s 2020 collection of essays is taken from Ecclesiastes 3:11-13 He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the […]
  • Burial Rites
    Burial Rites is the 2013 debut novel of Australian author Hannah Kent. Since it was one of the oldest books on my To Be Read List, I was glad when […]