A Glitter of Gold, by Liz Johnson, is a beautifully written story of love, loss, adventure, pirates, treasure, and Savannah lore. It took me back to my early days of reading Nancy Drew novels and searching for clues. It was a delight to read, start to finish. Easy to get into, I was captivated by the cover and the story. The diary was exciting to read and I found myself wishing this was a true story. And now I want to visit all of the museums that I can, all across the country. There is a clear gospel message in this book. It's a clean read and appropriate for all ages.
This book provided for review by Revell.
From the back cover:
Anne Norris moved to Savannah. Georgia, for a fresh start. Now her pirate-tour business is flagging and paying the rent requires more than wishful thinking. When she discovers evidence of a shipwreck off the coast of Tybee Island, she knows it could be just the boon she needs to stay afloat. She takes her findings to local museum director Carter Hale for confirmation, but things do not go as planned.
Carter is fascinated by the wreck, the discovery of which could open the door to his dream job at a prestigious museum. But convincing Anne to help him fill in the missing pieces of the puzzle is no easy task. And working with Carter means that Anne will have to do the one thing she swore she'd never do again: trust a man.