A MATTER OF CHARACTER
In the third Sisters of Bethlehem Springs book, the characters are smart, feisty and do not care a hoot about what society thinks of them. Hatcher always pleases readers with her portrayal of strong, independent women.
In Idaho in 1918, Daphne McKinley writes her gritty dime novels about Rawhide Rick under an assumed name. Joshua Crawford is determined to restore his grandfather’s good name. Books about him make him out to be a cheat and a killer, while he was honest and kind. Daphne begins to realize that what she thought she knew about Rawhide Rick is all lies and she considers a new direction for her life. (ZONDERVAN, May, 272 pp., $14.99)