Historical Romance Novel Red Bird’s Song got An Outstanding Review!

*I think this is a particularly well written and insightful review.


Sep 2010
334 pgs
Historical Romance, Western
4.5 Stars
The author weaves a story of deep complexity. The descriptions of life among the nomadic tribe are simply without parallel. It is difficult to explain how deeply touching I find it to be.  In the Afterward, Ms Trissel confides that her ancestors settled in the Shenandoah Valley and that the family records document that some relatives were killed in Indian raids and others were taken hostage and later adopted into the tribe.  It seems clear that this story is exceptionally well-documented historically. I found it to be entertaining, thought-provoking, and educational. This book touched my soul even as it provided a thrilling fictional escape into a period of history I have always found fascinating. 
Night Owl Reviewer

6 responses to “Historical Romance Novel Red Bird’s Song got An Outstanding Review!

  1. Beth, Congratulations on a great review so well deserved.


  2. Congrats, Beth. Those great reviews just keep pouring in!


  3. I really enjoyed reading Red Bird’s Song. The characters were so real that if I were to take a walk in the woods after finishing the book I would have been looking for them to appear at any moment.



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