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The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent
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Jan 25, 09

really liked it
bookshelves: book-club-2009, read-in-2009
Read in January, 2009

I am always amazed at the carnage our forefathers,from all eras in all corners of the earth, inflicted upon the average Joe "in the name of GOD".

This is a very fascinating subject and I enjoyed reading it. It took a while to get to the point, but once the mother was arrested I found myself wanting to pick it up more and more. Life in the "cell" was so vivid. I had such compassion for Andrew. I think we have all known a Mercy Williams somewhere in our past. I especially appreciated the father's perspective of love. Poor,poor Hannah.

I would definitely read more by this author

I have a Kindle version I would be willing to swap.

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