Review: The Knife with the Ivory Handle

How kind of TCM to read my novel and provide a review!

Making My Mark

When I found out Cynthia Bruchman, one of my blogging friends, had written a book I went onto Amazon and Goodreads and checked it out. After reading the synopsis I decided to give it a go.

Here’s the synopsis:

knifeIt is 1900. The story follows the fortunes of two orphan train riders, a black southern man the two children rescue, and a young priest who has to find his own way into emotional adulthood. From the first train as Annette and Jonathan cross the country to their adopters in Illinois farm country, to the final eruption into riot, fire, and murder in a coal mining town, dramatic tension sustains through alternating points of view. If you love psychological tension fused with plot action, this is the novel for you.

At first I was surprised that the book is under two hundred pages. I feared that the author would only…

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