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Though it can stand alone as a passable diversion, this book is part of a series and, if you’ve read the others, you’ll want “The Prodigal Son.” For most readers, though, I think you can do better.
With a real historical event as her background, the author spins a story of two women who are more alike than they’d ever admit. Just be prepared with a tissue; because “The Promise” isn’t all that can be broken.