Pages from the Past

Pages from the Past After the death of her husband Betsy struggles to give her own life meaning until one day her mother gives her some advice that begins to turn things around She begins writing her weekly newspaper co

  • Title: Pages from the Past
  • Author: Joann Arnold
  • ISBN: 9780882907949
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • After the death of her husband, Betsy struggles to give her own life meaning until one day her mother gives her some advice that begins to turn things around She begins writing her weekly newspaper column again and, in one illogical moment, buys a Golden Retriever, Dorado However, through the coming months it proves to be the best decision she ever made When mystery begAfter the death of her husband, Betsy struggles to give her own life meaning until one day her mother gives her some advice that begins to turn things around She begins writing her weekly newspaper column again and, in one illogical moment, buys a Golden Retriever, Dorado However, through the coming months it proves to be the best decision she ever made When mystery begins to surround her husband s death, Dorado digs up evidence that leads Betsy and her family on a journey for the truth.

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    1. I am pretty simple when it comes to books. Either I am entertained or not. I would have to say that I was entertained since I finished it completely. Was it the best book I ever read? No, but it was a good book. If I had any complaints, it would be the characters. They were too perfect for their normal family roles when it comes to the plot of the story. I know that doesnt really make any sense, but maybe if you read it, you'll have a better understanding of what I am getting at.

    2. I totally enjoyed this book. It was a real page turner with all the mysteries and dangers. I loved the way the family support and love is shown in the book. A great read for anyone who loves spy novels.

    3. I loved the way a secret can be in a family, yet the family supports the learning of it and how they help. Great read and many interesting thoughts came up for me on how I feel about patriotism. I'm starting the sequel soon, after I get it back from my neighbor ;)

    4. So I guess this book doesn't belong on the read list, since I just couldn't get through it. The idea of the book was wonderful! I just couldn't finish it. I got about half way through it and just couldn't force myself to read anymore.

    5. Wow! Very good. Being a dog person, I really enjoyed the inclusion of a Golden Retriever (though it tended to get a bit sappy at times). I love the intrigue, the plot, the characters, and the whole premise. A great read for anyone who loves spy novels.

    6. This one is a fun easy read at night. A little light mystery. NOt to scary to read a night without Cary home. Doesn't have as strange of story line as the other one by Joann Arnold

    7. This book was pretty good. She is an LDS writer, the suspense parts are good. I'm reading the sequel right now, so we will see how it goes.

    8. The LDS author brought up a few items about our country and liberty to think about. I just had a hard time staying with it.

    9. Looking at the cover, the story was not what I expected. However, it still was an exciting read filled with unexpected turns.

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