Book Review: Christmas at the Homeplace
By: William Leverne Smith
Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: Vision to Action Publishing
Publication Date: October 25, 2013
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Will they all be home for Christmas? For the first time since their father died, Karen (Bevins) Winslow is expecting all her children in Oak Springs for Christmas 1996. This Christmas of homecomings offers some surprises as "The Homeplace Saga" continues. Will Staff Sergeant Travis Inman arrive home from Bosnia in time to see his baby daughter for the first time at Christmas? Will a life-long friend of the Winslow family move to Oak Springs permanently? Does Peter have a son? The boy's mother insists he does. How would this change the inter-generational dynamics in the family businesses in the Oak Creek valley of the southern Missouri Ozarks? Learn more by reading this latest addition to this continuing family saga.
* I received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.*
This is Book four in the Homeplace Saga Series. I enjoyed this family saga, I also thought the addition of facts from 1996 at the beginning of each chapter was a fun twist. The only problem I had was the dialogue. I found it to be somewhat stilted. Otherwise, it's an enjoyable read.
So, I'm giving it:
About the Author:
William Leverne Smith was born and raised on a Midwestern farm. A passion for family history and genealogy studies provides background for his writing. He and his wife live in a cabin in the Missouri Ozarks.
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