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Book Review: My Heart Belongs in Galveston, Texas by Kathleen Y’Barbo

368Journey now to Galveston, Texas, of 1880…
Where is Mrs. Smith’s granddaughter?  Who is the mysterious Mrs. Smith?

Pinkerton agent Jonah Cahill is hired by the mysterious widow to find her lost granddaughter, rumored to be living in Galveston, Texas. Though Jonah prefers to travel alone, Mrs. Smith insists that she and her companion accompany him. Madeline Latour, investigative reporter, has been acting as Mrs. Smith’s assistant for several months, and Madeline will not allow anyone—even a Pinkerton agent—to ruin the story of a lifetime. The pair forges an uneasy truce as the investigation grows dangerous.

Is there a bigger story beyond a missing girl to be revealed?

More from My Heart Belongs in Series…
My Heart Belongs in Fort Bliss: Priscilla’s Reveille by Erica Vetsch (January 2017)
My Heart Belongs in the Superstition Mountains: Carmella’s Quandary by Susan Page Davis (March 2017)
My Heart Belongs in Ruby City, Idaho: Rebecca’s Plight by Susanne Dietze (May 2017)
My Heart Belongs in the Shenandoah Valley: Lily’s Dilemma by Andrea Boeshaar (September 2017)

My Thoughts: Galveston, a Pinkerton agent, partners at odds, romance, and mystery: There was every reason for me to pick up this novel!
The setting really came to life, so I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Galveston. The book opens with a mysterious letter and a life-altering storm. I was hooked from the start and the mystery unfolded at a nice pace and kept me engaged.
Sadly, I wasn’t able to fully connect with the main characters so that hindered my enjoyment. But the mystery was a delightful puzzle and the plot continued to evolve.

Rating and Review: I’m giving it 3.5 stars and recommending it to those who enjoy light historical mysteries or Christian historical fiction fans.

~ I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.

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