Multi-volume, multi-genre author, Sandra Sperling introduces us to her latest book, “Elisabet’s Will”:
The few relatives who are still friendly to Lisbet spend the summer at her northern Minnesota home. Determined to discover the reason why the rest of the family has shunned her since she was a child, she confronts Evelyn, her estranged uncle's wife. This action exposes her and her loved ones to danger and thrusts Greta, her beloved 5-year-old granddaughter, into deadly peril.
Oh, Mylanta! This is an amazing story about several generations of one family in Minnesota.
The story had a slow start for me. But I am so glad I kept reading. The author weaves a startling and clear tapestry about the depths of depravity some people in a family can sink to while other members of the same family remain normal. There are a lot of people in this family, many of them play an important part and all wonder what happened to the will of the matriarch, Elisabet.
This story has a delightful texture! The author has woven so many details about their daily lives and activities into the story that I feel like I know them all very closely. The intimacy is extraordinary and brilliantly portrayed.
I love this story about family life and you will too. "Elisabet's Will" gets five stars from me!
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It is also in Kindle Unlimited at this time, so it is not available on any other platform as of this date March 25, 2022.
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