Spotlight on The Right-Hand Shore

I am reading Christopher Tilghman’s The Right-Hand Shore.

The book started slowly, but the pace picked up probably before the first chapter was through.  Tilghman’s story is sweeping in its scope.  I am drawn into this place and this family.  Tilghman’s use of perspective is almost old-school yet fresh at the same time.  I have to know what happens.  I urge you to get this novel.  It is well-written and compelling.  If you are looking for great historical fiction, well, you found it.  Would be a great pick for Mother’s Day for your mom!


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