In Places Hidden
is set in San Francisco in the year 1905. While
reading this book I feel like I really saw what it was like to live there at
that time. The women characters were a mixture of the main character who was
for women’s rights and education and her new friends who were more old school.
Times were just beginning to change in that area.
You also saw the corruption in the politics of the era and
this stood out against the Christian values of the main characters who freely
talked about God and His will. The author, Tracie Peterson, did this very well.
She was able to make it seem natural and I appreciate reading books with a
On top of that – it was a good story.
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