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by Liz Curtis Higgs

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Fiction

2006 Inspirational Novel Nominee

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Davina McKie, the mute
and bonny daughter
of Jamie and Leana
McKie, can play a fiddle like no other.
Her wee size and pixie-like beauty
draws the protection of her twin brothers, William and Alexander.

When her father sends the twins
away to study, he decides Davina
might need a summer diversion. He sends her to visit a cousin,
on the Isle of Arran. But a simple
vacation turns into a life-altering
disaster. Will she forgive the one
who stole more than her heart?
And will her brothers seek vengeance
yet again?

Higgs' book is as bonny as the
heroine. The author has a way of
creating such a tangible world that
the reader can smell the hawthorn
and touch the dewy grass. She has
such an incredible ability to make
the reader care about the scoundrel,
who should be despised, that this
book won't stay on the shelves long.
This novel is based on the story of
Dinah in Genesis 34. (Mar., 384
pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: WaterBrook

Published: March 2006

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