Time is a River by Mary Alice Monroe

August 10, 2008 at 5:23 pm Leave a comment

wow. I love the satisfied, sated feeling I get after finishing a great book. This book gave me that feeling. It’s such a perfect blend of romance, intrigue and woman finding her self. That’s the kind of story I really like.

Mia flees to a remote cabin in the North Carolina mountains when her marriage fails. She’s recovering from breast cancer, learning how to fly-fish and discovering herself. And investigating the life of Kate Watkins, the woman who lived in the cabin, and according to town legend murdered her lover. But Kate, a pioneer of female fly-fishing (in the 1920s) was more complicated than that and as Mia digs she finds more of herself.

Just a lovely summer read, rich with historical detail and descriptions of fly-fishing.


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