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"The Summer Children" by Dot Hutchison
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I would recommend this book to readers who enjoy clean, spiritual-based love stories with a smattering of suspense. Readers should be aware that this is not a fast-paced story. It's an even-keeled mystery that unravels gradually, but has a compelling subplot that will tug at the heart strings of a variety of audiences.
Much of the humor in Seadrift comes from the incongruousness of innocuous Bunny being hunted down by psychopaths. And because Bunny is so self-effacing and demur, the authorities don't take her complaints seriously, which only makes her situation more dire.
I enjoyed it all: the dry humor, the ironical situations, the skillful placing of information for the reader, the view into Bunny's very-real-feeling mind, and the insights into the life of a god-fearing woman (women, actually) in a dangerous world that still has to deal with that great-evil, slavery.
I especially loved Bunny's niece's appraisal of her aunt: "Her aunt seemed like such a nice, ordinary middle-aged woman, but within that plain brown wrapper beat the heart of a tigress."
The seemingly extraneous details, such as Bunny's home decorating and entertaining achievements, play a role in Bunny's adventures, too, because the adventure that continues through the 4 books in this series (Bunny Elder Adventure Series) is Bunny's road to personal growth and self-realization. The author makes her a positive example for all women-of-a-certain-age who have to start over in life.