“Echoes of Mercy”, by Kim Vogel Sawyer

“Echoes of Mercy”, by Kim Vogel Sawyer was a wonderful story.  It was a novel of faith and hope.  It dealt with questionable practices used in factories around the turn of the century, 1900’s.  The employment of children in factories, sometimes in dangerous areas, and at a young age was prevalent.  The heroine of this story, Carrie, is investigating a company where another undercover investigator was killed.  Was it an accident or was it murder?  It was her job to find the answer.  While working undercover, she met Ollie, who was also not who he said he was.  The two formed a shaky alliance to uncover any problems within the company.  Carrie also became in involved with three orphaned children, tried to protect them and find a place for them where they would be safe and loved.

I enjoyed this book very much.  I loved the characters.  The central characters were quite believable and the supporting characters were very much that – characters.  It made reading the story very entertaining.  I would highly recommend this as a light read with a moral message.

I was sent a free print copy of this book by BloggingforBooks.com in return for my honest review.


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