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Thriller in New England beach town!,
This review is from: Game of Secrets: A Novel (Hardcover)
What a beautifully written suspense novel! This page turner was a joy to read; combining poetic cadence and true literary skills. As the love story emerges, I couldn't wait to find out what happens next. I particularly enjoyed the vivid descriptions of life in Westport, Massachusetts from the 1950s to the present. The clues come slowly, making the reader want to know more. Through the game of Scrabble, the mystery begins to take on different turns leaving the reader wanting more! I loved this book and can't wait to read everything Ms. Tripp has written and look forward to her future novels. Bravo!
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Initial post: Feb 15, 2012 7:18:38 PM PST
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Debra A. Colavecchio says:
I wish I belonged to a book club for further discussion of this book; guess Amazon will provide that for me. I wanted to like the book, but I had too many questions left unanswered. (I did need to finish it quickly as it was overdue at the library!)
Wasn't Ada dead and Jane was meeting on Friday's by herself to pine away her long lost love, the engineer and her father's disappearance?
What other significance did the box containing the pictures and memorabilia have?
Wasn't Huck Luce's son and did he know it?
Carleton obviously knew that Jane was in love with someone else, and tolerated the relationship he had with Jane because there was no one else. What about Sam, the baby that either died or had never been born?
Marne obviously had issues with her mom, because of the secrets Jane held?
I would love any clarification you might be able to offer! Thanks.
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