#TURING THE TIDE By Edith Maxwell

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A good historical mystery is found in the third book of the Quaker Midwife mysteries. It is set in the Presidential election of 1888 and details are given on how the men voted. The Suffragette Association has a major demonstration planned that will continue during the election. The leader of the local group is murdered. Rose Carol becomes involved in the investigation and unearths several motives. Her niece, Faith is working to become a journalist. Rose is warned by the woman’s counsel that if she marries out of faith she will remove from Association.

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1 Response to #TURING THE TIDE By Edith Maxwell

  1. lghiggins says:

    The women in the suffragette movement were quite brave going up against men who had all the power.

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