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“It is the personality of Sgt. Mike blowing through this account like a clear breeze that gives it a refreshing quality. Everyone’s dream of a cop, he was also a romantic and understanding husband, the fondest of fathers; a man of honor and humor.”New York Times
“This is a book the reader will be unable to put down until the last page is read.”Library Journal
“Mrs. Mike…is the story of the start of young love, its growth to maturity, and its acceptance of a dangerous, hard, but enthralling life. Its level of sheer entertainment is extremely high.”Los Angeles Herald-Express
Benedict Freedman lives outside San Francisco, and isat work on more sequels that take the characters of Mrs. Mike into the present.
Nancy Freedman lives outside San Francisco, and is at work on more sequels that take the characters of Mrs. Mike into the present.
Read this book when I was twelve. I read it today and still love it. To me it still a sweet love story.Published 8 days ago by Jacqueline Kent
I liked this book better than I thought I might, but it was still a fairly run-of-the-mill story of a woman marrying a man who takes her to the northern wilderness to live. Read morePublished 9 days ago by diana
I read this book as a young girl and loved it then. Now I'm an old lady and I still love it. After all the books I've read in my life, this is one of my very favorites still. Read morePublished 17 days ago by hummingbird
Interesting account of life in the early 1900's Canadian territory. Of enduring love between two people despite hardships and time away from each other. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Kim Thornton
Read this book many years ago, and enjoyed it just as much this time around!Published 26 days ago by Diane Efinger
Wish there were more books like this. Loved the vivid descriptions of the northwest and the characters were so wonderfully described.Published 1 month ago by Eleanor Z. Weaver