Called to Justice
by Edith Maxwell
I loved going to 1888 seeing how the author brought us into Rose’s life…
I enjoyed reading Called For Justice. The authors attention to detail in describing the job(s) tasks of mid wife in the time period made for an interesting read.
~The Journey Back
Called to Justice is as much historical fiction as it is cozy mystery, and I found both aspects of the story to be riveting.
~The Book’s the Thing
Edith Maxwell has created a series around the most charming cozy mystery character I have come across in the many years I have read this genre.
I am hooked on this series ,if you love a great murder with Historical background and a story so well written you will be captivated from the start.
~Shelley’s Book Case
I was enthralled with the mystery Maxwell created in CALLED TO JUSTICE. From the beginning of the story until all becomes known and things are solved, I was riveted to my chair.
~Lisa Ks Book Reviews
Called to Justice by Edith Maxwell is an impressive and enjoyable story. It is steeped in historical detail that is not only interesting, but fascinating,
~The Power of Words . . .
CALLED TO JUSTICE is an intricate, heartfelt mystery. The author guides us down multiple avenues, developing characters and motives, in order to work out the truth and find justice.
~Cozy Up With Kathy
This was a very well written book that flowed well and was a very good read.
~Melina’s Book Blog
It was a wonderful glimpse into the past and a mystery that is intriguing. The ending is so good with unexpected twists.
There are many twists and turns to this story as Rose tries to put all the pieces of the puzzle in their proper places.
The mystery is well written and is also well paced. There are plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing…
~Queen of All She Reads
This book will keep you turning pages (or in my case clicking the next page button on my kindle). This book will also keep you guessing.
~Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting
This was a very well-written and engaging mystery. The protagonist is believable and likable.
~Leigh Anderson Romance
It was wonderful to escape back in time and enjoy this well-written mystery. With enough plot twists to keep me guessing, this engaging historical mystery is sure to please fellow mystery lovers.
This was such a fun and interesting and thought provoking read. I loved the factual historical information the author shared within the story.
~Rainy Day Reviews
Called to Justice (A Quaker Midwife Mystery)
2nd in Series
Midnight Ink (April 8, 2017)
Paperback: 312 pages
Kindle ASIN: B01FOR0YRW
Quaker midwife Rose Carroll is enjoying the 1888 Independence Day evening fireworks with her beau when a teenaged Quaker mill girl is found shot dead. After a former slave and fellow Quaker is accused of the murder, Rose delves into the crime, convinced of the man’s innocence. An ill-mannered mill manager, an Irish immigrant, and the victim’s young boyfriend come under suspicion even as Rose’s future with her handsome doctor suitor becomes unsure. Rose continues to deliver babies and listen to secrets, finally figuring out one criminal – only to be threatened by the murderer, with three lives at stake. Can she rescue herself, a baby, and her elderly midwifery teacher in time?
Praise for Delivering the Truth
by Edith Maxwell (Book 1 in this series)
Ms. Maxwell weaves a sturdy cloth from the stories of the various characters in Delivering the Truth.
I enjoyed every minute of this book…
~Shelley’s Book Case
This was a very entertaining read. I really enjoy reading Edith Maxwell’s writing as it flows so well.
~Melina’s Book Blog
…a different type of historical cozy…I enjoyed reading a book where the protagonist is a midwife and of the Quaker faith…
Rose is a smart character and the history of the story is done well.
~A Chick Who Reads
The author takes us into Rose’s life, making us feel as though we are right there with her in every situation. The mystery is well-developed and leaves the reader guessing right to the end.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Agatha-nominated and Amazon best-selling author Edith Maxwell writes the Quaker Midwife Mysteries and the Local Foods Mysteries, the Country Store Mysteries (as Maddie Day), and the Lauren Rousseau Mysteries (as Tace Baker), as well as award-winning short crime fiction. Maxwell lives north of Boston with her beau and three cats, and blogs with the other Wicked Cozy Authors. You can find her on Facebook, twitter, Pinterest, and at www.edithmaxwell.com.
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