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Great Story by Susan Parker Rosen

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The Bastard Child by is my second great read from this prolific author, the story is about a woman Sara traced her family tree due to some mysterious stories which led to her unfolding the history, humanity and life in ways one can never imagine. The author Susan Parker Rosen has once again created a plot that will keep you reading until the very end and I also like romance side of the story which easily flows into the adventure part of the story as well, well written and the descriptive skills is awesome. I appreciate the author for writing an amazing story.

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What a Terrific Book this Was!

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“What a terrific book this was! Susan Parker Rosen had me from the first page with Bessie to the last chapter with Sara. I couldn’t put it down. Not only was it suspenseful through out the book but it was also historical. I was shocked by the conditions that the girls lived and worked at the Magdalene’s Laundry/Asylum. Sara is a wonderful character who comes to life as we share her journey for the truth. This is definitely a good read!”

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A Must Read

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I just finished the novel, and I’ve to stay that this was truly well-written! It’s reminds me a bit like Dr. Who yet there is no ScFi and it’s much more mysteries and down-to-earth problems. I love how the novel opens up in 1887 in England and the author excels in being quite detailed. This allowed me, as a reader, to vividly imagine the world as it travels through a span of 120 years. Overall, I found the ” The Bastard Child,” to be quite entertaining and I highly recommend this to readers who are fans of mystery and romance.

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Reviews by readers

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Susan Parker Rosen has spun a yarn that was alarming, spooky, mysterious, and action packed!”

“Sue Parker Rosen nailed it for a first time writer.”        

An Amazon UK reader wrote:

“Overall, a unique and entertaining read, and surprisingly, there are some hidden messages within that many could learn from, like choosing what status updates to post online and being aware of those who seem too charmingly good to be true.”

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