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I read "Walk Me to Midnight" in two days and found it unputdownable.
Then, the book resembles the story behind a movie script, filling in pieces about the characters and their underlying motivations.
An author who observes and thinks with detachment and yet writes with a rare gift of passionate poetic expression.
Dr. Susan Rutledge, a radio call-in psychologist is suddenly shocked by the 'assisted suicide' of her best friend. But IS it a suicide, or is it murder? Read morePublished on April 20, 2009 by booklady
In "Walk Me to Midnight", author Jane St. Clair shows a unique and refreshing literary style. At times, this full-length novel reads like a short story, applying pace and depth of... Read morePublished on January 16, 2009 by Joel Bresler