Susan Karsten’s latest Book Review: Summer of Joy, by Ann H. Gabhart

The Summer of 1964 – ah, I remember it well. From the scrumptious front cover to the last word on the last page, this little page-turner will have you delighting in period details, as well as rolling along with unpredictable plot twists that never disappoint in surprising – but make you glad you hung on for the ride.

Yes, it’s exciting, mysterious, and gripping …  but it is also touching, possibly tear-inducing, and carouses on waves of good old fashioned family values with a twist.

I hope this hard-to- categorize novel finds its well-deserved readership.

Susan Karsten

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