The Doctor's Daughter: Journey to Justice
Publish date: September 2nd 2012
Publisher: Demonbreun Press
Pages no: 446
Edition language: English
Everybody, including her mother, believes that Kate's father committed suicide. Determined to prove otherwise, Kate sets out on a fascinating and sometimes hysterical journey through antebellum law and medicine. Set in 1860s Nashville and told with a biting wit, determined Kate finally discovers the...
History buffs should love this book. It’s well-paced, historically accurate, colorful and interesting, and has only a few drawbacks. The 19th century South is not romanticized, but shown in its flawed complexity of culture and politics, through the eyes of Kate, an assertive young woman from the out...