The Last Midwife
by Sandra Dallas
Praise For This Book:

This is a novel that celebrates women: their unbreakable bonds, their unselfish love for their children, their incredible capacity to endure. Like Gracy, the novel may seem delicate but its strength is in the layers. A period piece with a contemporary soul. —Kirkus Reviews on The Last Midwife

“The Last Midwife evokes a powerful sense of time and place.” —The Denver Post on The Last Midwife

“With plot, personality and prose melded into a superb whole, The Last Midwife represents a standout effort in popular fiction, one untethered from dismissive adjectives such as “historical” or “crime” and one that resonates in the present day. As she does in all of her fiction, Dallas casts an unwavering but sympathetic eye on the people of her latest novel. And like Gracy, she gives — and enhances — life.” —Richmond Times-Dispatch on The Last Midwife

“As heartwarming as a homemade quilt.” –USA Today on A Quilt for Christmas

"The author's depiction of 19th-century Denver, especially its seedier side, is vividly authentic, while the nascent bond between Mick and Beret will have readers eagerly anticipating their next encounter." —Publisher's Weekly on Fallen Women



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