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The Widow's Daughter by Nicholas Edlin
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Aug 10, 2012

it was amazing

Nicholas Edlin allowed me to appreciate his skill in writing particularly in the first chapters. The book is well laid out and thought out. He paints pictures with his words, not only of the physical world but of the world inside of the characters internal beings. Once you start, you can't put it down, there is mystery all the way through and I loved the character development of each character involved, particularly the main character, Peter. Your heart breaks with him and rejoices in his victories among the difficult circumstances of war love and loss.

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Capeisbest An excellent read. Many levels of development. Keeps surprising the reader. Eloquently crafted and vividly described.

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