Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Book review - 'The Bricklayer's Helper' by Amy Corwin

"Mistaken identities, murderous secrets and a years-old mystery set the stage for Amy Corwin’s Regency novel, 'The Bricklayer’s Helper.'
Young Samuel Sanderson prides himself on his skillful work as a bricklayer’s helper. He has grown in the job for thirteen years, since a tragic fire killed his family and left him a homeless orphan. Ingratiating himself to bricklayer Mr. Hawkins, he found a home of sorts and a profession. Now Hawkins was ready to wed his daughter to Sanderson and help him open a branch office of the business in London. There’s just one problem with the plan – Samuel is a girl and someone is trying to kill her."

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