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Kim Michele Richardson

Kim Michele Richardson resides in the rolling hills of Kentucky where she is a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and an advocate for the prevention of child abuse and domestic violence. She is also the author of the bestselling memoir The Unbreakable Child. Liars Bench is her first novel. She is a contributor to the Huffington Post and is busy working on her next novel, God Pretty in the Tobacco Field.

Genres: Historical
Non fiction
Kim Michele Richardson recommends
The Testament of Harold's Wife (2018)
Lynne Hugo
"The Testament of Harold's Wife is a richly told tale that explores the human/animal connection and the journey to get past tragedy. Louisa, the spunky, elderly narrator delivers a tender hymn of hope and rebirth that stays with you long after the last page."
The Rearranged Life of Oona Lockhart (2020)
Margarita Montimore
"A fascinating and beautifully crafted tale which explores identity and relationships in one woman’s unpredictable and radically-changing world. Unputdownable and uplifting, what Montimore has penned is a treasure that will remind you of the importance of living life fully in the present."
Before Familiar Woods (2020)
Ian Pisarcik
"Poignant and searingly authentic, Pisarcik's mesmerizing, heartfelt debut pulls you in and doesn't let go—a haunting testament to survival of family and community in a poor and desperate landscape."
The Engineer's Wife (2020)
(Engineer's Wife, book 1)
Tracey Enerson Wood
"Well-researched with great attention to detail, The Engineer's Wife is based on the true story about the exceptional woman who was tasked to build the Brooklyn Bridge. Though the great bridge would connect a city, it would also cause division and great loss for many. Tracey Enerson Wood delivers an absorbing and poignant tale of struggle, self-sacrifice and the family transformed by the building of the legendary American landmark during the volatile time of women's suffrage, riots and corruption. A triumphant debut not to be missed!"
Every Bone a Prayer (2020)
Ashley Blooms
"Haunting and healing, Every Bone A Prayer is a powerful debut that will leave its mark on readers' hearts."
The Paris Children (2020)
Gloria Goldreich
"Atmospheric and immersive, The Paris Children, is an extraordinary, rich novel that will leave a powerful mark on readers' hearts."
The Arctic Fury (2020)
Greer Macallister
"An unforgiving, snow-dazzling landscape, a cast of extraordinary, fierce women, and a nail-biting courtroom drama that wrecked my nails makes this historical gem unputdownable!"
Waiting for the Night Song (2021)
Julie Carrick Dalton
"Smart and searingly passionate, Dalton’s absorbing mystery debut explores many timely issues including global warming, female friendships, childhood secrets, and the lengths we take to protect them ? Waiting For The Night Song is an illuminating snapshot of nature, betrayal and sacrifices set in the evocative New Hampshire wilderness."
The Last Bookshop in London (2021)
Madeline Martin
"The Last Bookshop in London is an irresistible tale which showcases the transformative power of literacy, reminding us of the hope and sanctuary our neighborhood bookstores offer during the perilous trials of war and unrest."
Wingwalkers (2022)
Taylor Brown
"Brown weaves a rich and poignant tale from a tidbit in Faulkner's life around an aerial barnstorming couple of the 1930s. Fierce and beautiful."
The Wilderwomen (2022)
Ruth Emmie Lang
"Powerful, fascinating and utterly unique, The Wilderwomen is an unforgettable journey of family bonds, hope and resilience!"
Last Night at the Hollywood Canteen (2023)
Sarah James
"Beautifully written and captivating!."

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