Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub


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    Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub Be ready to go back to 1889 and Amesbury Massachusetts and with our uakerDetectiveMidwife Rose Carroll now this is the fourth in this series and I have read them all but there is enough information give that you can read this one aloneWhen are all the facts are reveled here it all goes back to greed only so many are hurt by this person’s

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    characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Edith Maxwell Edith Maxwell ☆ 3 review Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub As much as the central themes of a midwife a woman bleeding to death and the wish of desperately poor women to control the spacing of babies with a look at what was legal and illegal at the time I noticed and admired the weather Yes the weather; a bitterly cold Massachusetts is depicted during the 1800s when work was often done by hand water was often cold and so were houses The wintry conditions interplay w

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    summary Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub NetGalleyuaker midwife Rose Carroll seeks the true cause of a young mother's deathThe winter of 1889 is harsh in Amesbury Massachusetts but it doesn't stop uaker midwife Rose Carroll from making the rounds to her pregnant and postpart

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    Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Edith Maxwell Edith Maxwell ☆ 3 review Dollycas’s ThoughtsThis was such a powerful story 1889 in Amesbury Massachusetts and uaker midwife Rose Carol is caught up in a hot political issue As a midwife she feels part of her job is to help with family

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    characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Edith Maxwell Edith Maxwell ☆ 3 review Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub Rose Carroll is a uaker midwife in the late 1800s in Massachusetts When one of her patients bleeds to death Rose suspects it was than a miscarriage But was it an illegal abortion or was the young mother murdered? Rose suspects the latter and finds that there are uite a few suspects and motives tooWhile Rose tries to stick to her calling she can’t help but find out details without even trying at times But when her buggy

  6. says: characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Edith Maxwell Edith Maxwell ☆ 3 review Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub

    Edith Maxwell ☆ 3 review Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub Frightening parallels to today’s fight for women’s reproductive rights Midwife Rose Carroll tries to help women plan their children and space them out a little It is not always easy and Rose is called to help deliver those babies When one of her clients dies from what looks to be murder through a botched mechanical abortion R

  7. says: Edith Maxwell ☆ 3 review Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub

    Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub The never ending debate of abortion is handle very well in the fourth volume of the uaker Midwife mysteries Abortion is illegal in the state

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    Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub Charity's Burden Edith Maxwell's CHARITY'S BURDEN was so satisfying that I held the book and contemplated it for a few minutes when I finished I had read all afternoon and evening until sleepiness overtook me and a description of Rose's weariness confirmed that we both needed rest so I slept on it and read to stunning resolution at

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    Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4) E–book/E–pub Great historical fiction with a mystery Rose a uaker midwife has stumbled on a bigger problem in her town and environs when she attends Charity Skills who dies from a miscarriage Working with Keith Donovan a very open minded detect

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Charitys Burden (uaker Midwife Mystery #4) review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Edith Maxwell F a young mother's death The winter of 1889 is ha. Rose Carroll is a uaker midwife in the late 1800s in Massachusetts When one of her patients bleeds to death Rose suspects it was than a miscarriage But was it an illegal abortion or was the young mother murdered Rose suspects the latter and finds that there are uite a few suspects and motives tooWhile Rose tries to stick to her calling she can t help but find out details without even trying at times But when her buggy is hit one evening Rose realizes she may be getting too close to the truth and her own safety is at risk With a police detective as an ally a doctor as a fianc and the town post mistress as a confidant Rose is unlike any other uaker you may be familiar with The mystery is well laid out and you get a glimpse into the uaker life An enjoyable cozy mystery

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Charitys Burden (Quaker Midwife Mystery #4)

Charitys Burden (uaker Midwife Mystery #4) review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Edith Maxwell Rsh in Amesbury Massachusetts but it doesn't stop. Charity s Burden Edith Maxwell s CHARITY S BURDEN was so satisfying that I held the book and contemplated it for a few minutes when I finished I had read all afternoon and evening until sleepiness overtook me and a description of Rose s weariness confirmed that we both needed rest so I slept on it and read to stunning resolution at dawn The death of a patient from excessive bleeding marked the beginning of a very twisted mystery leading to discussions of family spacing regulating women s monthlies and the Comstock Laws making even gentle remedies illegal Rose Carroll resolves to be careful and stay out of police matters but is drawn in by curiosity and a sense of duty and the need to clear her own reputation of the poison of gossips There is also a wedding to plan and a twinge of sadness at the delay of her own but it will happen as Way opens What a marvelous way to think of difficulties Births euine as well as human are dramatic sometimes difficult and joyous Mothers are heroic The day to day tasks inspire in a smaller but still crucial way as life goes on Rose wrapped for the cold pauses to plan dinner starting dough for bread and then re wrapping herself to face the cold The bread making reminded me of my grandma s baking no recipe but the best ever and the cinnamon sugar to make cookies from left over pie dough was a fun bonus in my mom s kitchen as well There was sad irony that Charity was reluctant to accept charity did so for her children s sake but underfed herself The economy made charity necessary What was a chandler to do when the world had turned to gas lighting instead of candles A nurse warns regarding a husband s refusal to use a safe A man who disregards his wife s health isn t worth her affections Men of intemperate habits can create harm beyond themselves reminding me of Elizabeth Proctor s warning to John in THE CRUCIBLE There is a promise made even in what was intended as a meaningless couplingFortunate are the women who partner with good men who do thank goodness outnumber the others and enrich lives with love and comfort wisdom and expertise There is promise of happiness book five will come in the fall One doesn t have to read the series in order but you might want to There s time 3

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Charitys Burden (uaker Midwife Mystery #4) review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Edith Maxwell Uaker midwife Rose Carroll seeks the true cause o. NetGalleyuaker midwife Rose Carroll seeks the true cause of a young mother s deathThe winter of 1889 is harsh in Amesbury Massachusetts but it doesn t stop uaker midwife Rose Carroll from making the rounds to her pregnant and postpartum mothers When Charity Skells dies from an apparent early miscarriage Rose wonders about the symptoms that don t match the diagnosis She learns that Charity s husband may be up to no good with a young woman whose mother appears to offer illegal abortions A disgraced physician in town does the same and Charity s cousin seems to have a nefarious agenda With several suspects emerging each with their own possible motives Rose and police detective Kevin Donovan race against time to solve the case before another innocent life is takenMy reviewCharity s Burden is not your typical cozy mystery or Christian uaker read It has a definite bite Where should I start I ll start with this is not be viewed as a Christian fiction or cozy mystery Yes it centers around the uakers in Massachusettes in 1889 but there are no mentions of bible verses or faith based sermons you usually find in a Christian book There is one romance scene that while it does not go into detail you understand there are inappropriate relations between two unmarried characters one of them being the uaker midwifeThis book discusses in detail the pros and cons of different abortion and safe sex practices in 1889 I found it very educational for the curious researcher in me If you are fiercely against abortion I would say this is not the book for you As I was reading I did not feel as if this was a political platform it just shared how such things were thought of during the time The Comstock laws were mentioned several times during the book and I would suggest you take a moment to look those up if you are unfamiliar with themI am definitely interested in reading the first three books in the series and have in fact already reuested the first book from my local libraryPlease do not use this review for ANY POLITICAL platform as this is not the place for them I received a complimentary copy of this book from Midnight Ink through NetGalley Any and all opinions expressed in the above review are entirely my ownPS Edith Maxwell is also Maddie Day of the Country Store series

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