Monthly Archives: May 2016

Invasion of Privacy by Christopher Reich

Mary Grant knew her husband Joe was an FBI agent. He had promised her however that his work wasn’t dangerous, since he worked as an electronic surveillance specialist and she counted on that promise, especially after their youngest daughter Grace … Continue reading

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Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter

Claire is waiting for her husband, Paul at the bar of a restaurant. They are celebrating the fact that Claire has been released from serving her time with an ankle monitor: her punishment for ¬†getting into an altercation with one … Continue reading

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The Secret Chord by Geraldine Brooks

As someone who went to Sunday School from a young age, I am pretty familiar with the the story of David, the shepherd boy who killed the giant Goliath and became king of Israel. So I wondered what more I … Continue reading

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The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende

Fearing the worst, Alma’s parents sent her away from Poland in 1939, as they experienced the rising threat of Nazi Germany. They sent her to her uncle’s family in San Francisco where they lived in a mansion overlooking the water, … Continue reading

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