Friday, August 8, 2014

Truth be Told by Carol Cox


Truth Be Told

A woman determined to run her father's newspaper, The Granite Springs Gazette.
A man determined to help her, who is troubled with alcoholism.
A man destined to come into her life and make it far richer. 

Truth be Told is a slow-paced historical set in Arizona, with some good South Western details. 
The story revolves around Amelia, her newspaper, and a railroad company that is up to some shady deals. 

The atmosphere of a struggling newspaper with one troubled employee, trying to find stories and keep the business afloat, is brought to life here.

If you're looking for a story with a woman who dares to dream and a man who comes alongside her and joins the dream, Truth be Told is a fine choice. If you also like a little 1800's progress in your stories, with trains and towns and lots of trouble moving West, then let the Truth be Told. 

Thank you Bethany House for my review copy! 



Carol Cox
Carol Cox has an abiding love for history and romance, especially when it’s set in her native Southwest. As a third-generation Arizonan, she takes a keen interest in the Old West and hopes to make it live again in the hearts of her readers. A pastor’s wife, Carol lives with her husband and daughter in northern Arizona, where the deer and the antelope really do play—within view of the family’s front porch.




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