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The first half of the book is rather lengthy and repetitive.
The main character tells the story in a passive voice and it is all his memories or memories as told to him by another character.
This format reminded me of Robert Goddard's books but the overall the book had none of Goddard's early freshness or mystery.
I couldn't get going on this book. Someone else in the reviews called it "turgid" and that's exactly the word that fits. Read morePublished 24 days ago by BiblioAnnie
Turgid is the word that springs to mind after slogging through sentences that sound like they were translated from Goethe. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Beowulf
a thoughtful work with interesting characters. It is't a fast paced book, but a somewhat reflective one. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bernie Grove
A great whodunnit. I was unfamiliar with Elanor Dymott, but she is a wonderful writer and this mystery is compelling from the first chapter. Also a sweet love story.Published 9 months ago by H Nash
Good book and extremely well written. I actually wrote down one of the statements the man made about his wife
because is was beautifully written.
However.... Read more
The only reason I even finished the book was to find out "who done it" and even that was disappointing in its telling. D r a w n out doesn't begin to describe this book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Teresa Wagner
Every Contact Leaves A Trace has an intriguing premise, but the execution, unfortunately, falls short. The first half of the book is rather lengthy and repetitive. Read morePublished 14 months ago by pandora