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Kinship Ohio 1924 When Lily Ross learns that her husband Daniel Ross the town’s widely respected sheriff is killed while transporting a prisoner she is devastated and vows to avenge his deathHours after his funeral a stranger appears at her door Marvena Whitcomb a coal miner’s widow is unaware that Daniel has died and begs to speak with him about her missing daughterFrom miles away but worlds apart Lily and Marvena’s lives collide as they realize that Daniel was not the man that either of them believed him to be—and that his murder is far complex than either of them could have imaginedInspired by the true story of Ohio’s first female sheriff this is a powerful debut about two women’s search for justice as they take on the corruption at the heart of their community


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    Revenge keeps the pain of the wound seeping blood into the foreverLily Ross bends wearily as she sets thing right in the Rossville jail Strapped with a derringer at her ankle Lily eyes the prisoner in the cell facing her The Appalachian foothills in 1925 in this small Ohio town provide a panoramic view of the Devil's Backbone and the coal mines that give dangerous employment to the men of the community Lily's own father was killed in a mine blast in the Widowmaker due to a build up of methane gasLily tends to her duties as the jail mistress It's just within sight of their small home where her two young children sleep contently under the watchful eye of Hildy Her husband Sheriff Daniel Ross left to pick up another prisoner He promises to be back in time for her famous buttermilk pieAs the hours pass Lily waits alert to any footsteps on the stairs But the footsteps on the stairs aren't going to belong to Daniel His Uncle Elias stands in the doorway with sorry written in the form of blood on his hands and his shirt Daniel has been shot to death on the county road It appears that the prisoner wrestled away his gun and the tragedy occursWithin hours of the funeral Lily is approached by Daniel's deputy to take over the job of sheriff until the elections can take place And here is where Jess Montgomery steadies your hands as you clench this book tightly The character of Lily Ross will take on the owners of the local mines the Bureau of Mine Safety and the community that wishes to look the other way Lily will lock eyes with Marvena a mine widow who seems to know Daniel on a different level She too knows that Daniel's death reeks of murderMontgomery presents a storyline so character driven and so polished in its detail that you feel like you are in surround sound The era is one of sacrifice and hard living in which tomorrow is never fully promised At the core is an adept layering of threads filled with rawness and reality And two women Lily and Marvena will settle scores and take on inhuman challenges presented to them Jess Montgomery keeps the pulse of this story pumping and you will savor each and every momentI received a copy of The Widows through NetGalley for an honest review My thanks to St Martin's Press and to Jess Montgomery for the opportunity