Garden of Stones by Sophie Littlefield

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  1. This one really makes me want to read it. I’m very curious about this period in our history.

    BTW..no matter what computer I use or browser, it always takes forever for my comments to go through and most of the time it doesn’t. So I go back to do it again and of course it states that it is a duplicate comment. Has anyone else had these problems?

    • Staci, I have no idea about the comments. I’ve had this problem myself. I’ve asked the woman I work with for hosting and she had me get rid of some comment area widgets to see if that helped, like commentluv, but that hasn’t seemed to help at all. I’m going to have to revisit the issue with her.

  2. I have had this book for a little while now! I need to read it though because it sounds like my kind of read.

  3. I can’t wait to read this one. I thought it was only about the internment camp, had no idea there were murder mysteries, too!

  4. This one sounds sooooo good!

  5. I’m not very familiar with this topic or Manzanar but this book sounds like a good way to learn about that time and place while reading some fascinating stories of the lives of these female characters, Patty and Lucy. Yours is the first review I’ve read of this book, Serena and you have me hooked!
    I really enjoyed your review, Thank you!

    • Amy, so glad I have you hooked. I really enjoyed this story and the mysteries about Manzanar. The present-day story is tied up well with the past story and totally makes sense. It really worked for me even though I had doubts about it in the beginning.

  6. This is one book that I’d really like to read. Great review today – you sparked my interest even more!

  7. This does sound good — will add to my TBR!!

  8. I’m glad to see more books written about this subject. This one sounds great!

  9. Beth Hoffman says

    This one sounds good!

  10. For once, I thought you and I were reading the same book but I see that mine is called In the Garden of Stone. Close, but no cigar 🙂

  11. Glad to find there’s another book about Manzanar! I really want to read this now!

  12. Love and family right up my street!