MY LATEST HISTORICAL NOVEL SET ON A MIDWESTERN FARM IN 1934
A READERS' FAVORITE AWARD WINNER
Narrated by seven-year-old Nellie and her two older sisters, it is a story of hardship, crime, fantasy, and love. Each girl has her own distinctive voice and interpretation of events starting when Nellie discovers the tiny, blue-black hand of a dead baby. The story follows the sisters as they encounter a patchwork of threatening circumstances and take it upon themselves to solve the mystery.
"Whitney’s historical drama vividly captures the fears, desperation, and fortitude of a tightly knit Michigan farm family, depicted through the lives of a trio of sisters enduring the Great Depression."
"Fast-paced and incredibly well-written, this is a story that will have you sitting on the edge of your set and wanting more."
READERS' FAVORITE REVIEW
"Amazing heart-felt story of grit and perseverance during a difficult time."
"I loved the book and couldn't put it down."
"A gripping tale."
"Sad to see it end."
"There is suspense, there is a love story, and there is hope."
"It made me laugh and it made me cry."
"I was immediately and unexpectedly hooked by this engrossing depiction of farm life during the Great Depression."
"This exceptional novel is worthy of your time."
"Threads is my introduction to Charlotte Whitney and I have discovered a talented writer."
"The story was incredibly compelling, full of suspense and twists and turns."
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