The House on Foster Hill is one of those books you start—intending a nice lazy read over the holidays. But once you begin?
You can’t put it down!
I was riveted to this story from page one all the way to the end.
(And what a surprise that was!)
Wow, what a mystery!
Where shall I start?
This read is perfect for the holidays, yes, but…
Can I also add historical drama meets contemporary headlines?
Grandma was a super sleuth?
Yeah, I’m laughing, but I assure you—it’s out of sheer delight!
Jaime Jo Wright has used contemporary heartbreaking issues, and hidden them inside her story, like a precious gem for the reader to try and ferret out.
Put on your thinking hats ’cause this one will definitely keep you guessing!
This skillful writer has artfully taken, two mystery stories, and seamlessly woven them together into one-heck-of-a-thriller-ride for her readers.
Todays headlines and yesterday’s heartaches meet up.
Oh yeah, and she’s done it by taking two strong women from opposite sides of a century of unanswered questions, and introduced them to one another via their own individual violent crises.
And, of course, the uniting catalyst is that spooky dilapidated old mansion up on Foster Hill.
Want a great read for your holidays time-out?
This is it! I could hardly believe this is a debut novel. It takes off like a rocket and leaves you wondering at every twist and turn, “What next?”
Bethany House Publishers has discovered a real treasure in this gal and I can hardly wait for her next book!
The House On Foster Hill is available now on christianbook.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Target, or any of your other fine book retailers.
I gave this book five stars on Goodreads, and in case you didn’t know, Jaime Jo’s next book, The Reckoning At Gossamer Pond is available on preorder right now on Amazon.
I want to thank Bethany House Publishers for sending me this complimentary copy in exchange for my review.