Bethlehem

Bethlehem

With the atmospheric storytelling of Kate Morton and Lisa Wingate, Karen Kelly weaves a shattering debut about two intertwined families and the secrets that they buried during the gilded, glory days of Bethlehem, PA.A young woman arrives at the grand ancestral home of her husband’s family, hoping to fortify her cracking marriage. But what she finds is not what she expected...

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Title:Bethlehem
Author:Karen Kelly
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Bethlehem Reviews

  • Linda
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do." (Eleanor Roosevelt)Karen Kelly presents a budding novel that arrives on the first chapters with wiggling toes that barely seem to cause a ripple in the tide. I must tell you that I felt its initial stages to be slow going. There were so many, many cha...
  • marilyn
    It takes some perseverance to get to the heart of the story because there are so many characters to remember, with their formal names and their nicknames. There is also the background information, with a bit of the history of Bethlehem and the steel industry thrown into the mix. But I think it can b...
  • Jonetta
    Joanna Collier is the mother of two young children and married to Frank, an engineer working for his family’s business...Bethlehem Steel. After his father’s death, Frank’s responsibilities increased dramatically and felt the pressure to move his family to the headquarters in Bethlehem...
  • Mary Beth *Traveling Sister*
    3.5 stars rounded upI first want to say that I have not been on here for six weeks due to severe migraines and I am behind on all of my reviews. I am finally back. I wasn't able to read at all. I am so happy that they went away.Bethlehem is a story of temptation and regret, a story of secrets and th...
  • Brenda - Host of Traveling Sisters & Friends
    Bethlehem is a carefully written, touching and moving family saga that takes a different approach here to those buried family secrets. The story explores temptation, regret, cost of carrying those secrets and how it changes the people who do.Things start off slow here or better described as quietly ...
  • *TUDOR^QUEEN*
    I was offered this widget many months ago from one of my favorite publishers, St. Martin's Press. Otherwise, it wouldn't have caught my eye to procure for a read. Still, I accepted the option to read it, and it languished on my "Want to Read" shelf waiting for its turn (in publishing date order). In...
  • Liz
    Bethlehem is a saga about two families during the heydays of Bethlehem Steel. Beginning in 1918 and taking us up,through 1962, the book covers the Colliers, the family of the Chief engineer, and the Parrishes, the family of the president. I will admit to struggling at the beginning with all the vari...
  • Angela M
    At 46%, this will be a dnf for me . Slow moving and not much happening. I expected something different, more of a reflection on the time and place , but it was more a family saga that I would categorize as women’s fiction. If you’re considering this one, you should read the reviews of thos...

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