Sunday, March 8, 2015

Sunday Reads: Mist Of Midnight

By: Sandra Byrd

Mist of Midnight is a historical fiction novel that takes place in England during the late 1800s. Rebecca, the main character, returns to her family estate after living in India most of her life. She moved with her parents and brother as a missionary family and spent most of her life there. The rest of her family perished during the mutiny in India and having no where else to go, she returns to England to claim her inheritance. The only problem is, a distant cousin has claimed ownership. She quickly learns that a imposter had already claimed her inheritance but died soon after. Rebecca must find a way to prove she is who she says in order to gain what is rightfully hers.    

Byrd contributes an intriguing novel that kept me hooked until the very end. There is an array of characters and as the reader, I was kept guessing as to whom Rebecca could trust. This is the first book I've read in awhile that has captivated my interest so intently. 

*Note: I received a free digital copy for my honest review


  1. What a fascinating sounding tale!

    1. It really was! Of all the books I've read lately, this one is my favorite.