UK’s Historical Novel Society Reviewed SING IN THE MORNING, CRY AT NIGHT


The Historical Novel Society, an organization originally founded in the United Kingdom to promote works of historical fiction, recently reviewed Barbara J. Taylor’s SING IN THE MORNING, CRY AT NIGHT. Besides discussing the history of Scranton’s coal industry – describing the city as a character in itself – and immigration from Europe in the early 20th century, the reviewer stated: “This story is at once poignant and hopeful, spiced up by such characters as Billy Sunday, the revivalist, and Grief, the specter who haunts Grace to the very edge of sanity. A rich debut.”

Read the full review here. 

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