THE LADY OF BOLTON HILL
Debut novelist Camden gives readers a wonderful book filled with romance, intrigue and a little mystery, about a time when there weren’t many female journalists. A fresh look at an old situation that keeps readers interested.
Clara Endicott has returned to Baltimore after writing scathing articles about the working conditions of London’s poor. She encounters an old childhood friend, Daniel Tremain, who is plotting revenge on the person he holds accountable for his father’s death. Clara’s belief in God’s grace compels Daniel to let go of his anger, but when Clara’s life is endangered by someone from Daniel’s past, they face hard decisions for which they are unprepared. (BETHANY HOUSE, Jun., 336 pp., $14.99)