Patricia O’Sullivan’s Mom’s Month Pick

SLR contributor Patti O’Sullivan chooses Kate Chopin’s The Awakening  for her most influential read as a mother.  “This is a dark view of motherhood,” says O’Sullivan, “but brilliant nonetheless.” Click to Buy

Daughter of Lachish, by Tim Frank

DAUGHTER OF LACHISH by Tim Frank Reviewed by Patricia O’Sullivan  Click to Buy     Itur-Ea is a soldier in the Assyrian army who specializes in operating siege machines.  He worships the goddess Ishtar and follows his king, Sennacherib without question. Rivkah is a young woman from Lachish, one of many walled cities in Judah the […]

Patricia O’Sullivan

Patricia O’Sullivan holds advanced degrees in theology and in history and teaches at the University of Mississippi. She writes historical novels about colonial America including Hope of Israel, a top 100 semifinalist in the 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, and the forthcoming, Legend of the Dead.  Click to Buy