Elliott gives the reader the gift of high quality historical fiction in the first Saddler’s Legacy book. The suspense and romance will keep the reader immersed in the story.

Ann Miller travels to Pittsburgh with her widowed minister father and two young sisters, only to find that a mysterious man has pursued them all the way from Ohio. Will Hanby has endured years of abuse from his saddlemaker boss. Meeting Ann renews his courage and he begins to aid fugitive slaves. (THOMAS NELSON, May, 400 pp., $15.99)

Reviewed by: 
Lindy J. Swanson