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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Perhaps some would say that this is simply a book written by a woman for other women to read, with the implication that a reader should not expect the male characters to be well-drawn, but I think this book in much more than that. The story is a fascinating one and very cleverly developed. Most of the characters are well-drawn, interesting, and human in the sense that their internal conflicts are fundamental to all of our lives. Most important, the book deals with significant questions about human life and how those conflicts are resolved or left to fester and confuse. So I would say that this is a book worthy of a broad and mature audience.
Speaking of "audience," I chose to read this book on my Kindle, using Amazon's Immersion Reading option (I've really enjoyed this with other books that, like this one, involve the voices of people from other parts of the world). In this case, I had a very strange experience: words, phrases, and even fairly long passages were quite different in the narration than they were in the printed book (at least as "printed" on the Kindle). One of the characters is even given a completely different name. I'm not sure what happened here; however, my guess is that the narrator, Caroline Lee, was given a different draft of the book manuscript by mistake. By the way, Ms. Lee is a wonderful reader!