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The never-ending debate of abortion is handled very well in the fourth volume of the Quaker Midwife mysteries. Abortion is illegal in the state of Massachusetts even talking or sharing information is a crime in1889.

It looks like someone is doing abortions and Rose Carroll is detrimental to find the guilty party and put a stopped to the killing of full-term babies. Life goes on for her family. David’s Mother no longer is against the marriage but has plans for a number of wedding parties. Faith is married to Zeb and the Quaker method to a wedding is described.


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2 Responses to CHARITY’S BURDEN By Edith Maxwell

  1. lghiggins says:

    This sounds like a very good book, addressing very important social and ethical issues in a historical setting, with an interesting plot to boot!

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