Tuesday, August 9, 2011


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By Rachel Karns

Maggie is a young woman who is coming into herself. She is learning to make decisions about herself and life. One major decision is to work in her family’s jewelry business rather than attend college. Her parents are away on an extended trip, leaving Maggie to manage things at home.

While Maggie is establishing her role in the business, she is drawn to a newspaper story about a “John Doe”. It seems the man has no known identity and is comatose. She follows the news stories, feeling a strong draw to his complicated story and to him.

However, following John Doe’s story leads Maggie to telling a lie that she cannot take back. This changes everything for Maggie. Not only does she learn things about John Doe, but also about herself and life.

Ms. Karns writes of the beauty and history of the Northwestern United Sates, including the important yet controversial reintroduction of the Gray Wolf. These aspects make this book more than just a novel, but rather an interesting and pleasurable read.


  1. Sounds wonderful. I should probably read this, considering everything going on with my own business. It would be fun to read about someone else's endeavors in a family business.

    P. S. Thank you so much for your comment on my blog today. It meant so much to me. I'll never forget it.

  2. This sounds right up my alley. Very interesting and different too. Good writing on your review, always a pleasure to read your work! Thanks for the heads up on this, I look forward to the read!