Baker Towers, by Jennifer Haigh

Set in a mid 20th century western Pennsylvania coal town, the author has created a realistic family and community. She follows the five Novak children as they grow up and go their separate ways influenced by the times, World War II, the 1950’s and 1960’s, and the economy of a company coal town. Haigh strikes a hopeful note at the story’s end which I appreciated.

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RATING: * * * A good read
Reviewed by: kh

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