The Innocent by Ann Gabhart

     I always like learning about history mixed in with a good story.  The Innocent tells the story of Carlyn and her struggle with learning what happened with her husband.  The story integrates elements of the Civil War and the Shaker community.  Carlyn goes to live with within the Shaker community, but still keeps ties with those outside of the community.  I liked seeing how Carlyn was able to see what needed to happen to make her life what it needed to be.  An interesting book that not only gives you insight to historical lives, but a good mystery as well.
     I received this book free to review.

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