Saffire by Sigmund Brouwer

  An interesting book with a historical perspective.  James Holt finds himself in an unknown as he looks for Saffire's mother and instead finds himself in the middle of much more.  This book takes place as the  Panama Canal is being designed and built.  He finds himself down there and wants to get his business over with so he can get back home to his ranch.  What he finds draws him deeper into a web of deceit and more.
     A good read that ties in historical events with a fictional story that will keep you reading.
     More from the author can be found at http://sigmundbrouwer.com/
     I received this book from blogging for books.  The review is my own.


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