Mary Jackson Peale by M.G. Crisci
Crisci writes an interesting and unique story in Mary Jackson Peale. It was filled with action, emotions and mystery, but in some places, it felt a little disjointed. However, I liked the premise of the story, maybe it was more like two stories in one that should've been written as two stories, not just one. I read this one twice, to get a better sense of the characters. It's a book that is worth the read, but needed a bit more details of time and place to feel a bit more accurate. I do, however, look forward to reading more by this author.