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2018-07-11 10:30
Riley, now in her twenties, was two years old when her sister Lisa, a 17-year-old violin prodigy with a very promising future, apparently committed suicide.  Riley’s mother never… Read More
2018-07-04 10:30
I was afraid that this sequel to Plainsong would not live up to the standard set by its predecessor, but it absolutely does.  Cattle ranchers Raymond and Harold are back, and their ward… Read More
2018-06-27 10:30
How refreshing it is to have a heroine who is a 60-something female private investigator.  Celine’s specialty is reuniting family members, and she has a personal reason for pursui… Read More
2018-06-20 10:30
I didn’t like this book as well as his first novel, The Emperor of Ocean Park, partly because the formula was pretty much the same.  We’re still in a New England college tow… Read More
2018-06-13 11:00
I read this book for book club, and it did not change my opinion of Dan Brown.  The subject matter is as thought-provoking as ever, but the writing has not improved.  Still, you ha… Read More
2018-05-30 11:00
At least the reader of this novel doesn’t have to deal with multiple unidentified narrators or a wacky timeline.  However, the author interrupts the narrative on almost every page… Read More
2018-05-23 10:30
This book was more incomprehensible than incomparable, if you ask me.  It has several first person narrators, none of whom are the primary character, a Bosnian named Josef Pronek. … Read More
2018-05-16 12:30
I liked this book, but did I like it enough to read the other two books in the trilogy?  Probably not.  Four women, identified only by their occupations, have come to Area X as the… Read More

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