All things Hidden by Tracie Peterson and Kimberly Woodhouse

Since I am currently studying about the depression for school, I enjoy the chance to learn about history as told through the eyes of others.  In reading historical fiction, I am given the chance to learn about some of the lesser parts of historical events.  This book takes place during the 1930's and tells of a journey of hundreds of settlers to Alaska Territory.  One of the new settlers is a doctor who gets a chance to start over after losing a patient.   Another of the characters has lived in the settlement her entire life and has trouble adjusting to the new additions to her town.  The story is filled with twists and turns and is sure to leave you wanting for more.  Kudos to the authors and hope for another collaboration.
I received this book for free to review for Bethany House.

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