Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval

I’m so pleased to see Savage Girl among Good Housekeeping‘s recommended books for March.

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Here is the magazine’s thumbnail review, which manages to distill the essence of the story quite well, I think.

Good Housekeeping, March 2014

New Book Picks: No matter what mood you’re in, we have a page-turner to tempt you

FOR INTRIGUE

Savage Girl

A wealthy couple touring the American West in 1875 “rescue” a young woman who’s said to have been raised by wolves, then attempt to introduce her into society back East. Bronwyn cleans up nicely, but her suitors keep ending up dead. A wild ride.

 

5 Comments

Filed under Culture, Fiction, Home, Jean Zimmerman, Publishing, Savage Girl, Writers, Writing

5 responses to “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval

  1. Richard Wheeler

    Strange but wonderfully powerful endorsement. GOOD !

  2. Hack Attack

    Yay, Jean!

  3. Lisa Senauke

    What about book tour? Heading this way?

    Lisa Senauke from another planet

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  4. You’re sort of my personal good housekeeping guru.

  5. Lisa Senauke

    Hey, you already had MY seal of approval! What more do you need?

    Lisa Senauke from another planet

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