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I do kinda love Biblical fiction. Talks about the many wives of the great patriarchs of the Hebrew Bible, most specifically those of Jacob and, especially, Rachel and Leah. Another great look into the culture of the time and provides interesting (if, perhaps, unfounded) characterizations of big players (see: Rachel, Leah, etc.) of the Hebrew Bible.
** spoiler alert ** All of a sudden heard a lot about this, and I figured it was a fitting next step after "Devil in the White City." (Small parts dovetail nicely with the Sullivan details in "Devil.") Chances are, if you are familiar with Spring Green, Wisconsin, you know the disturbing details of the end Mamah Borthwick's life. That was ... not pleasant. But, the rest of the book paints such a vivid picture of FLW and Borthwick, of the time and places they were in, I would recommend it. There is a romantic tinge to it all, since it's about FLW and Borthwick's romance, but it's not a bodice-ripper or anything. A very quick, interesting read. Great historical fiction.