Thrust into 1900’s India, the reader experiences culture shock with a touch of exotic.
Turbans, spicy foods, and silk.
While traveling by boat, Abby Frazer on her way to see her husband meets Major Geoff Edwards. The Major befriends Abby’s son, Cam. (As a reader, I loved traveling on the boat.)
Abby’s husband does not meet her at the dock. She must travel three days by train. I’ve read an article in the National Geographic about India’s trains. Glad I experienced in this book.
Rickshaws and India lifestyle made this a different kind of read. I loved it. There were tense situations as war and rumor of war hung low over the country.
Abby spent time with orphans. That touched my heart.
I give a book a five when it stirs my emotions. Shadowed in Silk did just that.


Randy Tramp

Amazon Review:  It’s a military thriller with a heart. Commander Mark Steele has an exciting job in Special Forces. Though it’s dangerous, he knows his work is critically important. But that job separates him from his wife and child. When an injury brings him home, his wife is glad to have him back. But other issues cause struggles within the family, leading to distrust and hurt. Steele takes dangerous risks in his new work. The thriller plot thickens, as he seeks to save a life. But can he save his family?

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