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The Book Woman’s Daughter

Kim Michele Richardson’s companion novel to The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek is immersive from the very beginning.

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Review of ‘The Book Woman’s Daughter’

The undeniable warmth that permeates Kim Michele Richardson’s fiction is rooted in a love for her home state of Kentucky, her characters and, it seems, the art of writing itself. Her narratives are immersive exercises in character development and world building that are wholly capable of enveloping readers, pulling us deeper with each page until…

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