Detour Trail review

Here’s the review from Midwest Book Review:

MBR Bookwatch: April 2013
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Book Review
278 Orchard Drive, Oregon, WI 53575
Cowper’s Bookshelf
Detour Trail
Joy V. Smith
Melange Books
9781612355702 $12.95 pbk. / $5.99 ebook
Detour Trail is an original Western novel, about a woman’ journey on the perilous Oregon Trail. Lorena Emerson is left by herself when a thief murders her uncle; rather than return home, she works with other people in need of help. This makeshift group joins a wagon train to continue their long, hard journey through sticky mud and forbidding mountain passes. Lorrie must battle the elements and the ferocity of winter itself, not only for her own sake, but for the well-being of all who brave the difficult journey with her to stake their hopes and dreams on the future. Captivating from cover to cover, Detour Trail is highly recommended.
Mary Cowper

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Filed under book reviews, westerns

2 responses to “Detour Trail review

  1. Laurie, thanks! (I really need more reviews though, but I’m appreciative of the good ones I’ve gotten so far.)

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