By Galia Gichon
Wyatt-McKenzie Publishing, Inc., 2021
Historical Fiction/Women’s Fiction
Via: Author/publisher review request
Summary: A family tragedy propels a working class wife and mother into the Women’s Suffrage Movement where she finds a part of herself she didn’t know existed.
“Ladies, do you believe in the importance of women voting?”
This is the salient question put forth in The Accidental Tourist. We may take the right to vote for granted now. But that wasn’t the case in the early 1900s, when a few stalwart women worked tirelessly to secure voting rights for themselves, their daughters, and future generations of American women. The Accidental Suffragist is part of that story.