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I found the characters to be deeply written and well developed.
The author puts the murder trial in the beginning of the story and ends it at the end of the story, because he wants the reader to read the whole book.
If you want something to put you to sleep, this book and a cup of warm milk should do it!
Calling this book an ordeal would be putting it nicely. A long-winded, repetitive novella about snow and cedars (I read that word 7 times on one page! Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
In novel time, this book takes place over the course of a murder trial lasting a few days. A locally-unusual snowstorm falls during most of the trial, and provides ongoing... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Arthur Digbee
Beautiful, especially as I was reading it while visiting the area.Published 18 days ago by P. Thompson
Exceptional read. This is a love story, murder mystery and war story all rolled into one great tale. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Eileen Hauflaire
I'm still trying to decide if I owe my book club an apology for suggesting this one. On one hand, this novel includes an interesting snippet of history and some beautiful... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carpe Librum
This book held my interest from page one. The story should appeal to both male and female readers.Published 1 month ago by Barbara Vargas