Weekend Reads: An Undisturbed Peace
Mary Glickman gives us an impeccably researched novel about the “trail of tears” — the Indian Removals under Andrew Jackson. We not only see the perspective of a Cherokee woman, but also of a black slave and a European Jewish peddler.
Abrahan Sassaporta is a young man when he falls in love with Dark Water … but her heart belongs to a man named Jacob. We get to see perspectives on all three primary characters’ families, their cultural concerns, and more.
This story is both compelling and entertaining. Highly recommended.