Book Review–The Icecutter’s Daughter

 

This is a book I received from Bethany House Publishers for review.

I enjoyed the storyline behind this book.  I find Tracie Peterson is often an “easy-read” author, but this was an very enjoyable read.

“The Icecutter’s Daughter” is about a young woman who grows up in a house-hold of boys.  Her mother dies at an early leaving her to take care of her father and brothers.  When a young man arrives in town to help out his aging uncle, she must decide what is the truth behind his story and what is being falsely made up.

I found there were some good Biblical themes throughout this book (which is always a plus for me).  I found there were some good thoughts on not listening to gossip and on allowing the Lord to work through false allegations so the truth can shine forth.

This was a good read and I would recommend it as a good novel.

What good books have you been reading lately?

 

**sorry for any issues you may have had when attempting to click on the book to see what it’s about…I realized that it was merely opening a picture of the book cover.  I hope I have fixed the problem and it should now take you to Amazon.ca’s website…this is NOT an affiliate link.

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