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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

A Secret Identity


If you’re one of those readers who just can’t get enough Amish fiction, A Secret Identity will be another title to add to your collection.  What makes this book different is that while it does take place in an Amish setting, it involves more of the English world than some other Amish fiction stories.  The main character, Cara Bentley travels back to Pennsylvania to dig into her family roots after she discovers by accident that her grandfather who raised her, was adopted.  Unsettled about who she “really” is – Cara soon discovers that not everyone supports her search for the truth.

Make sure you take the time to read the author’s note in the back of this book – it adds to the meaning of this story and I found it very touching to read.

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About the Book:
Cara Bentley is raised by her grandfather to appreciate family. When she discovers—quite by accident—that he was adopted, her whole perspective changes. If Grandpa Bentley wasn’t a Bentley, who was he? If she isn’t a Bentley, who is she? She determines to find her “real” family. Ending up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, she takes a room at the Zook family farm. When she seeks the help of attorney Todd Reasoner, the search for the truth begins in earnest. But as mysterious accidents begin to happen, Cara suspects her attempt to find out the truth is not welcome—and neither is she.






This book was provided free for review by Harvest House Publishers

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