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- Publisher: Bolinda Audio; MP3 Una edition (April 23, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1743109172
- ISBN-13: 978-1743109175
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.5 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,032,872 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Starred Review. Two women in crisis learn important lessons about "life and death and the nature of love" in Braffet's brilliant second novel (after 2005's Jack and Josie). Anne Cassidy, a 48-year-old New Age devotee living in Sedona, Ariz., knows something major has gone wrong when her daughter, Miranda, a college dropout and aimless drifter currently in Pittsburgh, Pa., doesn't answer her calls and Randa's phone is later disconnected. After two months, Anne must face a mother's worst fear—that her daughter has vanished. Meanwhile, Randa has crashed her car and left it to start a new life after accepting a ride from "George," an odd stranger who's either a serial killer or a covert CIA operative. George drops her off in Lawrence Beach, Va., where she takes a chambermaid job at a cheap motel. At the end of the tourist season, Randa's reduced to living in a friend's van while female bodies continue to surface in the seaside community. In Pittsburgh, Anne hunts for clues to her daughter's disappearance and revisits the equally disturbing disappearance of Nick, her pilot husband, in 1984. Fluid prose, vivid characters and suspenseful twists lead to a hopeful denouement. Author tour. (Nov.)
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Anne Cassidy and her daughter, Miranda, have not seen each other in three years nor spoken in more than three months. Their relationship fractured many years ago when Miranda's father died and Anne took her daughter from their home in Pittsburg to Arizona. Now that Miranda is an adult, she wants nothing to do with her mother--a mistake that may turn tragic. After Miranda has a car accident, a stranger named George picks her up at the side of the road. He drops her off in a small Virginia town and since no one knows she's missing, Miranda tries to forget her past. However, George keeps popping up at unusual times, and it is unclear if he is connected to the strange killings of young women. Both Anne and Miranda tell their sides of the story, allowing Braffet to flesh out their strained relationship. It is a story about the fragility of relationships as well as the secrets we keep and the lies we tell ourselves to get us through the pain of love and loss. Carolyn Kubisz
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Top Customer Reviews
If I could ask Kelly Braffet to add another 50 pages to this book, I'd want even more of the background and experiences for the main characters. That's what Braffet does best and that's why I'm reading her books. I don't need a Scooby-Doo Epilogue that explains to me who the bad guy was and how he almost got away with it.
If you want a great novel, read this and other books by Kelly Braffet. If you want the Scooby-Doo Epilogue, go find some James Patterson.