by Bette Lee Crosby
A West Virginia family is hit with tragedy, and the two children leave in hopes of finding a new life for themselves. Not far into their journey the boy becomes entangled in a robbery that he had nothing to do with, and the two become separated. Maybe his sister can save him if she can figure out where he’s been taken. But she’s just a kid – only seven years old. Who’s going to believe her?
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“When Jubilee said she was scared going to a place she didn’t know, I told her not to worry. I said it was a good thing ‘cause we was going to see an aunt we never even knew we had. Then she started smiling. The whole time I was telling her how good everything was gonna be, I was wishing I had someone to tell me the same thing.”
Crosby’s novels touch my heart big time, and Jubilee’s Journey is no exception. Even the Grinch would be hard-pressed to scowl at the Wyattsville Series books. They’ve got tension and suspense in their mysteries, Southern charm and lessons aplenty. Popcorn Reads
I was drawn in from the first page and held captive to the end. Jubilee’s Journey makes you believe in the power of the human spirit and the kindness of strangers. The Caffeinated Reviewer