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Reviews by Kieran Khote

'Lizbeth of the Dale

by Mary Esther Miller MacGregor

The child Elizabeth is a Canadian version of Heidi and Tom Sawyer rolled into one. The first half of the book describes her childhood and the second, her transformation into a young woman who struggles to fnd her purpose in life.Predictable and melodramatic.

Reviewed on 2015.06.08

A Woman Named Smith

by Marie Conway Oemler

Wonderfully written, full of romance and humor. The plot turns, varied characters and snappy conversations are excellent. One irritant is the main character Sophy which comes out looking stolid and laid back as opposed to romantic despite being surrounded by other interesting characters who all are in love with her, Sophy hides her feelings from everyone including the readers.

Reviewed on 2015.06.06

The King of Diamonds

by Louis Tracy

Nice story. The first half is more riveting than the second. Despite the title, its not a King Solomon's mines or Indiana Jones but an engrossing story nonetheless.

Reviewed on 2015.04.01

The Big Bow Mystery

by Israel Zangwill

A really good and reportedly, one of the earliest in the locked door mystery genre. I liked the humorous style of writing and the characters involved. Don't miss this one if you like to curl up with a good locked door mystery.

Reviewed on 2014.12.27

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