THOUGH WATERS ROAR
This outstanding novel by an amazingly talented author has romance, intrigue, family secrets, tears and laughter. It's a must-read for anyone who likes the fight for justice.
In 1920, Harriet Sherwood decides to follow her grandmother's example and fight for social justice, but she doesn't anticipate it will land her in jail. How is she going to explain the illegal booze in her car? Harriet has time to think about the women in her family who fought for their beliefs and come to terms with her own reasons for pursuing her goals, which include getting to know Tommy O'Reilly, her enemy from childhood, better. (BETHANY HOUSE, Oct., 400 pp., $13.99)