Saturday, June 21, 2014

Review of "The Midwife" by Jolina Petersheim

Several time periods, lives, and mysteries are woven together masterfully in Jolina Petersheim's second novel, "The Midwife."  This beautifully complex story bounces back and forth between 1996 and present day as we learn about Beth Winslow's deep heartache that stems from her mothers' abandonment. A graduate student hoping to pursue a PhD in bioethics, she agrees to be a surrogate for her professor-and so begins a long and winding path she never expected to take.

I could say so much more about the story and its characters but hesitate to even accidentally give anything away. Please, run to your bookstore or favorite ebook app and get this book (along with "The Outcast", please) right away!

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