Disclosure: I received complimentary products to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.
Note: This review was previously published, and is being re-published due to the release in paperback this week.
Worthy Brown's Daughter is
a historical legal thriller - a genre I didn't even knew existed.
There's drama and intrigue, a realistic look at how law was practiced in
Oregon over a hundred years ago, romance, and more. I really enjoyed
the book as a whole. There were several subplots going on at once, all
of which were wrapped up in a realistic, albeit sometimes saddening,
way. Characters are sufficiently developed to make them believable, and
the time period was clearly well-researched. The book is thirty years in
the making, so I'm glad it's finally been published!