This week, I'm featuring Called to Justice by Edith Maxwell.
This is the second in her Quaker Midwife series. It's set in 1888 and is a lot of fun.
The first line is certainly intriguing:
The day had seemed an unlikely one to include death.
Now doesn't that grab you attention. Since I read an eARC of the book, we'll skip ahead of 56% of the way into the book, where we find this:
"Now I know something more of your past, I see this killing of a young, pregnant girl must be extra painful for you."
That's all you get for today. I hope you'll come back on Monday for my full review.