Books by Delia Parr

B-
The Midwife's Tale

I think The Midwife's Tale might be the first Pennsylvania-set book I've read in ages that doesn't have an Amish person in sight. Instead, readers get to visit a sleepy 19th century country town and follow the adventures of the local midwife as she treats patients and starts to find a love story of ...

D
Home To Trinity

This book took me entirely too long to read. Or maybe it just seemed that way, because the main character we're stuck with is simply no one with whom I had any wish to spend time. Combine that with the fact that out of the many plot threads, most are resolved rather abruptly, and almost all end in a ...

C-
A Place Called Trinity

I find stories of spiritual discovery and renewal of any faith appealing. Moreover, I really like well done historical novels, romance or otherwise, especially those featuring more common folk as opposed to the elite classes usually shown. Thus I requested to review A Place Called Trinity by Delia P ...

C-
Sunrise

Though Sunrise is, in itself, not a particularly memorable book, I will always recall it for the line that Hiram, the heroine's philandering husband, speaks to his mistress: "What a delightful feast you are my love. How I have hungered to taste your sweetness again." Gee, who would have guess ...