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Adam Ross challenges expectations and traditional literary narrative in his bold, yet sadly disjointed, novel "Mr. Peanut."
I like the 'Hitch' myself, and found the information given to be really interesting, but there was just too much of it that didn't advance the story.
It's not many books that I have read where I really didn't care who killed the person; I didn't like the person enough to care.
I'll keep it short. This is an incredibly well-written, suspenseful book that I couldn't put down. It will keep you guessing. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Sunshine
It was a very convoluted story and I did not care for any of the major protagonists.Published 19 days ago by Jane Canning
A horrible, disjointed book with no real need to be written or read. I so enjoyed the beginning -- really curious about a murder mystery. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan G, Washington, D C
I really liked the beginning of the book and thought I was in for a great read. It didn't turn out that way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elizabeth
Genuinely surprised with this book. It was so interesting and held my attention. I couldn't put it down.Published 1 month ago by Margaret Hazlette
Mr. Peanut is like reading three novels in one. David Pepin is a game designer accused of murdering his wife Alice and the two detectives investigating her murder have their own... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kim Perry
The way Ross describes the love and marriages of his characters is quite riveting. So much love yet so much hatred.Published 6 months ago by Monica_f4