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Wednesdays Child Paperback – Nov 15 2000
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About the Author
Linda Lee Chaikin has written numerous top-selling books and series, including the Silk series (Heart of India Trilogy), A Day to Remember series, "The Empire Builders," Royal Pavilion Trilogy, Arabian Winds Trilogy, The Buccaneers Trilogy, and "For Whom the Stars Shine," a finalist for the prestigious Christy Award. Two of her novels have been awarded the Silver Angel Award for excellence and several have been bestsellers. Linda is a graduate of Multnomah Biblical Seminary and taught neighborhood Bible classes for many years. She and her husband make their home in Northern California.
Top Customer Reviews
Like another reviewer, I agree that "Gone with the Wind" and "the wild west" scenarios are reflected in "Wednesday's Child". This book is sure to delight many readers; thrilling and mysterious, romantic, historic- these all make an awesome book. It's definitely worth the 400+ page read!!
I especially like how Linda Chaikin brings out the wonderful mystery of femininity and masculinity in her hero and heroine and plays those opposites against each other. If one likes murder-mysteries, this plot has that element as well.
If you are anything of a history buff, you will like how little tidbits from the Depression era are woven in and out of the fast-moving tale as well. The dialogue between the hero and heroine is engrossing: one-upmanship, flirting, & tension keep the reader riveted. No profanity & no bodice-ripping scenes help keep the storyline on a higher plane as well. When I'm finished reading Chaikin's stories, I find myself wanting to emulate her hero/heroine's higher principles in my own life.
Most recent customer reviews
I think this book is great. It begins with Sharlotte Ashford, a nineteen year old debutante, who is on the verge of becoming engaged to another wealthy man. Read morePublished on July 17 2003 by dramaqueen872005
I cannot tell you how much I absolutely loved this book! Not only this book, but this SERIES is incredible. Chaikin does an outstanding job with character/plot development. Read morePublished on Oct. 20 2002
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