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The Green Dress

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Fiction Based on Strange, But True, History
True, riveting stories of American criminal activity are explored through a unique stories of historical romantic suspense. Collect them all and be inspired by the hope that always finds its way even in the darkest of times.
 
In Boston, 1886, Harriet Peters commissions Sarah Jane Robinson to make her a new dress. Both widows are struggling to make ends meet, and they strike up a quick friendship. Harriet feels sorry for Sarah Jane, who has suffered so much loss in her life. But Harriet’s friend, Dr. Michael Wheaton, has concerns that death seems to follow Sarah Jane in mysterious ways Still, Harriet can’t imagine any deceit in her friend, who she comforts through the deaths of her daughter and nephew. Will Harriet’s trusting nature lead to her own demise as a persistent stomachache starts to plague her?
 
 
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Additional Details

Author:
Liz Tolsma
ISBN:
9781643524757
BISAC Category:
FICTION / Christian/Suspense
Page Count:
256
Binding:
Paperback / 5.5 x 8.375
Series:
True Colors

1 Review

  • 5
    Based on true evens

    Published by Christena Kaufman on May 27th 2020

    The Green Dress by Liz Tolsma is a novel based on a true story of murders that happened in Somerville MA during the 1880’s. The Robinson family appears to be a normal, Christian family. They attend church regularly and are involved in religious activities. The strange thing is that so many of the family are dying of a disease no one can identify. All have similar symptoms but where are they getting the illness and why does no medicine help? This book is very well written and keeps the reader glued to the pages. I found it difficult to put it down. There are many suspects for perhaps foul play but will there ever be proof? I felt so much sadness as family members, who I felt like I knew, lost their lives to this mysterious illness. I wanted them all to get well as I felt very attached to them due to the excellent writing of this story. The subject matter must have been difficult for the author to write about and I believe she certainly did it justice.

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